21 January 2009

"$5000 for your immediate needs" - US Airways

This is a bit of a humerous note here and I hope no one takes any offense.


US Airways is paying all the passengers $5000 for their immediate needs.

Passengers on the US Airways jet Flight 1549 that landed in the Hudson River last week are receiving $5,000 each from the carrier. The money is meant to assist the passengers with their "immediate needs," according to a letter to the passengers. USA TODAY (1/21)

So next time an airline bumps you or gets your feet wet - you know what to ask for...



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