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Bed bugs take the bite out of British Airways' flights
Jets grounded in response to protest website
And Ms Jasmine What would the flight attendant Do ? That is enough for attendants to start getting aggressive after those long hours of work. i know how customer service is. We cant even approach people these days as people have become so hot tempered. Beg Bugs? i wonder how that reached an air craft? this shows the cleanliness and that to British Airways. No one is really bothered to take care of their customers as they will just work for what they are getting paid limited.
Mathew Litty , Dubai, United Arab Emirates
That's sad. Why couldn't she tell someone on the flight e.g. a flight attendant.
Jasmine, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Let us know if the fumigation is successful.
Tonton Guijapon, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
I struggle to measure what would BA's response have been, had she not set up a website. Is this how Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) taking its toll? What about those complaints which do not have a website to support? Is CSR to be limited to those individuals who have at their disposal monetary resources prior to their complaints being heard? How does BA define 'customers' to who they offer their 'services'?
Brian Dominic Tellis, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Bed bugs really dificult to remove. It must change the set cover and apply chemical cleaning.
teody, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Yeah, this really puts a meaning to "don't let the bed bugs bite".
Yasser Khodur, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
No kidding & BA did not even try to do pest control on these planes ! hahaha ...
Mustafa Shabbir, ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates
bed bugs in flight should be removed and provide good service to customers
Thaha, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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