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Boycut Airplane companies

Nogle flyselskaber forstår ikke at de ud over egne statsborgere også, når de driver internationale ruter, har en forpligtelse til at forstå disses kultur.

Efter episoderne med fotomodellerne Lykke May Andersen og Marzena Kamizela forstår man at blandt disse selskaber med manglende kundepleje kan finde henholdsvis MartinAir og British Airways.

I sidstnævnte tilfælde så udnytter British Airways at vedkommende kommer til at strande i en meget konservativ region af Canada og sekundært at vedkommende ikke har råd til et ordentlig forsvar, så kun kan få den frifindelse, som man har set i tilfældet med REM sangeren Peter Buck.

Rigtigt pinligt er det at MartinAir er delvis eget af Mærsk.

Jeg kan kun opfordre til at man boycutter disse selskaber, for skal man som kunde finde sig i at man ryger i spjældet, blot fordi at et sur eller bitter medlem af flypersonalet i ren frustration over de dårlige tider, kan anmelde en blot fordi at man tillader sig at kritisere betjeningen.

Link til Peter Bucks frifindelse, som har sat standarden for hvad man må på et fly, hvis man vel at mærke har råd til en ordentligt forsvar: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2002/04/06/nbuck06.xml

Link til Canadisk side om Marzena Kamizela's dom, som er baseret på en kombination af et forstokket konservativt samfund og utilstrækkelige midler til et retfærdigt forsvar resulterer i en utrolig hård dom: http://www.cbc.ca/nl/story/nf-model-flight-20060515.html

 

 

Some airline companies don't understand that they in an international world could end up transporting passengers from different cultures and with different values. It should be a obligation to understand these cultures.

But after the episodes with the Danish model May Andersen and the Swedish model Marzena Kamizela it is clear that those two companies (MartinAir and British Airways)  involved in the incidents lack decent customer service.

The episode with the Swedish model British Airways even exploit that the poor Swedish woman ends up in a rather conservative part of Canada without proper defense. She had to plead guilty because she was out in a part of the world where fair trial is rather impossible to achieve if the defendant does not have the money. Comparing her actions against the actions of REM singer Peter Buck should have sent her out of prison without any remarks. Her judgment is unfair and a dark spot on a country, which normally stands for defending the free world against terror.

I have only one advise to people, who want to travel by those companies: Don't.

 

 (Link to an article about REM singer Peter Buck found not guilty of air rage. A verdict, that stated the international standard regarding what a passenger would be allowed to commit on a flight. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2002/04/06/nbuck06.xml

Link to an Canadian site, where the verdict against the poor Swedish woman is told. If she had the money to buy a proper defence, she would have been acquitted: http://www.cbc.ca/nl/story/nf-model-flight-20060515.html