I agree , I have a great love of anything airline and railroad related. I spent my Saturdays at Love Field as a kid and lived in University Park where the planes could be seen easily coming and going. The big thrill then was which Braniff color would be next! Plus I grew up reading the writings of the great David P. Morgan at Trains magazine. I never knew then ,of course, when going by the "747 Braniff Place" gate at Love Field for the 747 flights that the pilot could have been his brother , the great Len Morgan, who I would read later in Flying , or that I would eventually meet him at Flightshops at the St. Pete / Clearwater Airport! I can't wait to get to Washington for the new exhibit!
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I think this is all ridiculous, I don't know where your employee is from but I must assume he is a religious fanatic type person. I am from Florida and that type of clothing is seen everywhere.I have boarded your flights seeing people wearing nothing more than short shorts, tube tops and flip flops and no one said anything.I was living in Dallas when your airline was regional and the definitely skimpy outfits of your flight attendants and the sometimes double entendre ads.My daughter has flown many many times on your airline and frankly was not wearing much more than the woman this happened to.
I think if you choose to cater to the religious fanatics you should immediately institute a dress code. As Herb knows you will LOSE any lawsuit if she files one and you have no leg to stand on. Southwest has lost sight of the once fun airline it was and is quickly becoming another stodgy old carrier.With all the recent changes you will soon become just another American with mediocre service and rude, uncaring personnel.
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