These are the questions about the specifics for the cost-benefit analysis. In this letter, I think you should be a board of directors who wants to see a cost-benefit analysis or something like this. You have no idea about the things we have been told. It was announced in January.
First, there was no employee to input, and I didn’t get my letter until February. We hear that the g3’s doesn’t produce revenue because they’re going to buy tickets and that’s not true and this hugely expand. The retirees have to go because people commuting commuters are going to have a greater problem because of this expanded d2. They’re going to have to compete with at least 30 to 32, maybe a hundred percent increasing with this huge expanded pool of d2s for the retirees.
We don’t usually have parents and our children, and as the least said she was going to change all these people that were DD trees. And now they’re all going to be t2 so that you could expect to use the 50 trees for the Facebook friends or whoever they want. I’m asking this board of directors to ask these questions and wait for a response about the cross benefit analysis of this program.
I think it would be helpful if you would like. I will go anywhere and anytime to talk with you about the detail. It is part of what I want Americans to be. Thank you very much for asking the board of directors to look at this. You’ve got this pathetic commuter airline. How can you say this isn’t about money. You do everything you should do, and you should have some class benefit analysis.