Talk about a nosedive!
Looks like this might be the corporate fail of the week, maybe even year, or one of the largest airline carriers finally found the alternate ending to Lost.
Yesterday US Airways sent out an inappropriate twitter retort to a customer complaint. It also took US Airways over an hour to remove the pornographic tweet. What? Hoping the landing gear was not deployed, an extremely graphic photo depicting a toy Boeing 777 airplane flying the friendly skies of someones netherlands went viral on the internet.
The airline tweeted the photo to a customer who was complaining about their service. US Airways said in the tweet, "We welcome feedback, Elle. If your travel is complete, you can detail here for review and follow up."
"Tower be advised, I think we entered some type of vortex."
But is the black box still sending out its signal?
I must be getting old or blind or both. I couldn't figure what the edited blurred picture was. I had to Google the real thing. Terrifying! Were there any survivors from that crash? It explains why airlines service is terrible. They are too busy playing with toys. ..well....at least she went with Boeing.
"This is your captain speaking, looks like we'll be stuck in a holding pattern for 20 or so minutes."
Well at least they didn't tweet "thank you please come again!"