What U.S. flyers think about the AA-US Air merger, as told on Twitter
The first airline merger to be announced on Twitter gave way to a flood of reactions and questions from U.S. flyers that basically only concerned with one thing: how the new airline would impact them.
American Airlines and US Airways took to Twitter this morning to official announce the merger to create the world’s largest airline. Both social media teams were apparently on overdrive answering every Tweet and questions sent their way.
Here are some of Americans’ Twitter reactions from this morning and as news was breaking last night:
— Ashvin Lad (@ashvinlad) February 14, 2013
— Kevin Schawinski (@kevinschawinski) February 14, 2013
Read in AA/US merger announcement they’re going to pick the “best of both” … that never gets old!!!
— Jeff Smisek (@FakeUnitedJeff) February 14, 2013
I just can’t get excited about a big airline merger. Can anyone think of a cool angle?
— Joseph Weisenthal (@TheStalwart) February 14, 2013
RIP @usair – will miss the brand I’ve flown for 20+ years…hope the AA (not a fan) merger doesn’t screw it up;)
— James Kennedy (@jjffkk) February 14, 2013
— jenrhudson (@jenrhudson) February 14, 2013
American Airlines and US Airways are merging, which is definitely a sign of the Apocalypse. Just like every other merger, you know.
— Jason Gastrich (@jasonagastrich) February 13, 2013
— Ely Portillo (@ESPortillo) February 13, 2013
AA+US will use Valentine’s Day to declare their never-ending love bloomberg.com/news/2013-02-1…
— Marty St. George (@martysg) February 13, 2013
— Christopher Owens (@cowens727) February 13, 2013
USAir & American Airlines just announced a merger…I’m okay with it as long as they don’t call themeselves ‘Air America”…
— Mike Paterno (@MikePaterno) February 14, 2013