Talk:Shuttle America

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Incidents[edit]

Sorry, I am away from my home computer, and so also my macros. The second incident is documeted at [1] great fun to watch. Could someone help mark this as a source? User:PaulinSaudi

I have just deleted the incident again despite the implied threat in last revert rv deletion of my post. Can a third party look at this efore it gets nasty?. It is not notable, an aircraft delayed for seven hours is not an uncommon occurrence. Please discuss here on why contributer thinks this is notable.MilborneOne 19:10, 28 June 2007 (UTC)
Good Afternoon, it seems to me that a seven-hour delay is rather notable and is a very interesting bit of information that ought to be included. People intersted in investing in, or flying on this airline would want to know this. On the other hand, it is rather much a bit of The News of the Day. Is anyone else posting on this page? Perhaps a nuetral third party could umpire on this? Paul in Saudi

Organization[edit]

Almost the entire page of this article is writen as a single section, labeled "History". The final three paragraphs of this section relate more to the airline's ongoing operation that to its history. I suggest that those should be broken out in to a separate section, preferably following a section header model that has been established for other airline pages. - Unsigned airline industry employee.

Worldwide Tower Communications[edit]

Note that none of Shuttle America's United Express aircraft offer "Channel 9" which is a signature attraction of the United and it is not avalabe other Untied Express carriers either.

This comment sounds to me like a much smaller issue than would be relevant to an encylopedic entry. If this page is going to include a section on in-flight services, it should be comprehensive, not selective, and should include the same level of information that is (or could be) the standard for other airline pages. This comment would be relevant in the context of flight attendants, entertainment options, beverage service, and other in-flight amenities. Deleting the Channel 9 comment; before replacing, please make sure it's in context and correct the grammar. - Unsigned airline industry employee.

It would perhaps be a good idea for the poster to note in the main United Airlines or United Express article that Channel 9 is not available on any United Express or codeshare flights. - LR —Preceding unsigned comment added by 68.55.137.224 (talk) 22:15, 28 August 2009 (UTC)