Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Discrimination not part of bargain

AirAsia joins the group of airlines that feel they can't afford to service disabled passengers.

What is it about these cut-rate airlines that makes them feel they're entitled to discriminate? How do they think low fares gives them the right to abuse the rights of others? Sorry, if you can't operate a low cost business without discriminatory practices than I guess you just can't operate.

This is a cost of business, like putting fuel in the planes. Better work it into next month's budget.