Disturbed Delta Airlines, a “three-star” airline with superior management, is experiencing difficulty connecting with all of its customers recently.
According to their website, they offer the greatest customer service:
“The quality of Delta’s in-flight and airport experience, expanding network of destinations and reputation for reliability lifted it to the number one ranking on Conde Nast Traveler’s 2022 Readers Choice Awards for Best Airlines in the U.S.”
However, clients disagree with firm PR representatives:
.@Delta airlines is the worst.
Phones are not answered, even after 90 minute waits.
Messages via Twitter lead to instructions to use a "secure messaging" system (text message!).
There you learn, "The estimated wait time to message w/our specialists is 80 minutes."
— Evan Handler (@EvanHandler) December 26, 2022
Delta is particularly afraid that no one will say anything negative about a Biden administration Democrat official.
“A Delta Airlines pilot may be in hot water after blaming Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg for the dismal state of American air travel during an announcement on the plane’s intercom,” The Western Journal reported, adding:
At least one passenger made the decision to become a political tattletale over the public service announcement, which took place Monday in Atlanta, according to Newsweek.
In a since-deleted tweet, a Twitter user with the account “Stewart Lewis” notified Delta that a pilot had blamed Buttigieg for a ground stop.
“@Delta it is not OK for the pilot of flight 2274 ATL-RSW to blame a florida ground stop on @PeteButtigieg. Completely unacceptable political dig just made twice at gate over loud speaker,” the tweet stated.
Deleted, but not forgotten https://t.co/K7BCKMttXb
— Amygator 🐊 *not an actual alligator (@AmyA1A) January 2, 2023
WJ went on:
“ATL” is the airport code for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. “RSW” is the airport code for the Southwest Florida International Airport near Fort Myers.
Even though it was unclear what was intended to have been shouted over the intercom, the Twitter post nevertheless generated a stir.
Christina Pushaw, a communications assistant for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, retweeted the message with the comment, “Give this pilot a raise!”
Give this pilot a raise! https://t.co/1iTlqHP3LQ
— Christina Pushaw 🐊 🇺🇸 (@ChristinaPushaw) January 2, 2023
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
In another tweet, she responded to a Twitter user who wrote “Spoiler alert….it is OK.”
“Yeah… this isn’t China, Americans are allowed to criticize our government officials.” CONTINUE READING…