Not sure if this will be the last Snakes on a Plane post this month. Nootropic wondered about the verisimilitude of the movie, and began researching, then calling, each of the American airlines to see whether he could bring a snake on a plane.
The majority of airlines gave pretty dull, standard answers, but read JetBlue’s. It seems they have a staff with a sense of humour—making me wonder if I should ﬂy them next time I am in the United States. If this is indicative of a fun brand, I have to wonder what else it does to make my ﬂight novel. Click here for Nootropic’s post. Posted by Jack Yan, 21:59
Jack, thanks for this hilarious series! I absolutely loved the JetBlue answer and, yes, the fact that they hire people with such a sense of humor and encourage them to manifest it says a lot about their brand. Will you delight us with more on the topic "brands and humor" some day?
Robert de Quelen
# posted by Robert de Quelen: 4/01/2006 08:54:00 AM
I think so, Robert! Thank you for the vote of conﬁdence!
You may enjoy this, Robert: snakes in a car. Not quite enough for a bespoke blog post.Post a Comment
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