A Tale Of Two Airlines Essay

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“A Tale of Two Airlines” is an article written by Christopher Elliott to educate to economy on travel planning. He was born on May 31, 1960. He is a journalist and consumer advocate who writes for people who want to become more informed travelers (www.nbcnews.com/id/10912488/ns/travel/t/Christopher-elliott/#.Vc_RIO9RGM8). He is known for his many articles with the National Geographic Traveler Magazine and being a travel columnist with the Washington Post and USA Today. A Tale of Two Airlines or is Good Vs Evil in the air; Southwest Airline vs Spirit Airlines.

The article was reported in the National Geographic Traveler Magazine in the December 2012/January 2013 issue. Christopher writes about two separate airlines and the potential of what could make or break a person. He used different points to breakdown what airline companies are doing to the economy. He published the article to make people become more conscious thinkers and look at the entire package/company when it comes the cost of booking with an airline. Let’s look at how the customer service, expenses and hospitality play a factor when choosing an airline. The Good versus the Evil in the air.
Southwest Airlines is based in Dallas and founded in 1971. They are known for their higher airfares and good customer services. (Elliot) The employees are known to be social with the travelers. They often times make changes and waive airline requirements. (Elliot) For example: “Robert Siegel and his wife scheduled a

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