Regional airlines go a little bit country over DOT’s slot stance

Regional airline lobbying group the Regional Airline Association has been deliciously quotable of late. Today, for example, the group appeared to channel country singer Lori Morgan when making known its incredulity that the US DOT remains steadfast in its pursuit to auction New York slots despite this week’s legal opinion from the Government Accountability Office to the contrary. To wit, the RAA asks:

“What Part of ‘No’ Don’t They Understand?”

In Morgan’s version, below, the follow-up lyric is: “To put it plain and simple, I’m not into one night stands.” Something tells me that the RAA has no plans to make this argument a quickie. If necessary, these short-hoppers are ready to be in it for the long-haul.

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One Response to Regional airlines go a little bit country over DOT’s slot stance

  1. Teadolehali November 4, 2008 at 10:45 am #

    I don’t even know,fellow!) continued to write in the same vein, it is interesting people!

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