'Sex Sells Seats'
This was Herb Kelleher, founder and brains behind Southwest. He is mercurial, charismatic, creative, brilliant, witty, charming and extremely people oriented.
His hot pants girls as well as mechanical and admin personnel who stayed with the 'start-up' or 'up-start' airline are reputedly all millionaires. His secretary/ assistant of yore is Southwest's President.
Looking for sexism in the Southwest arena is cutely oxymoronic and really kind of humorous.
Cognitorex... 'Sexism'? Hardly. How about we just try for simple hypocrisy or perhaps opportunism. Southwest plays whatever card packs in the flyers. In the 70s it was sex. In the 00s, it's 'values'.
James... Not only 'would' but did. I used to try and get my parents to book us on Southwest just so I could drool over the stewardesses.
Make sure you are suitably dressed!
1. How old are you?
2. Your significant other is really lucky. :)
The return to Victorian or perhaps even Edwardian prudery is a concern however.
Even from a national security viewpoint I would have thought brief had its advantages.
The more interesting the flight, the longer I might get.
Frederick... Did you read that Southwest is modifying it's boarding policy to do away with the 'cattle call'? Gettin' stranger every day.
FranIAm... I can still remember when we used to dress up for airplanes. Odd huh?
I would have thought brief had its advantages.
Cartledge... Well, a sort of 'flying uniform' would make TSA happy. Perhaps the paper gowns I wrote about last year?