Enough With Placeholder Schedules
Airlines believe it is normal to sell flights they may or may not operate, 300 days in the future, but customers don't understand the practice.
I have a rant for you today about placeholder schedules, particularly those from major U.S airlines.
These are the schedules carriers may sell for flights five months or more in advance — flight options based on some best-case scenario, one that may never occur, unless it is a route with static, predictable demand. These are the ones that gi…