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Does Bigger Really Mean Better When looking at the aviation industrys desire to merge into one mecca airline a good example is with United Airlines and US Airways many consumers forget about those who are actually working for those airlines Consumers beware - further consolidation could lead to higher prices and poorer serviceMarks Sure bringing together two ideas to make the route system of one particualar airline vaster but the effects on the employees can be very stressful and sometime tragic Regardless of whos buying who or whos becoming who all possible efforts are made to keep all the employees of both still working However due to the overload on personnel many especially those with less senority are put on reserve or furlowed So how good is it really for airlines to merge Two key factors need to be considered when looking at the airline mergers the benefits for the consumers and the job security of the employees Professor Darryl Jenkins director of the Aviation Institute at George Washington University states My nightmare of consolidation is that it will leave us with a very unhealthy airline industry and that seems to me more probable than anything elseMarks Everybody seems to be worried about helping out everyone at the sametime But as history has proven many times over you cannot appease everyone all the time And with this sudden intrest in the consmer all the time the value of the Christensen pg2 employees get overlooked April Grigg a first officer pilot with United Airlines says I am worried that being a new employee at United Well for one thing the integration of seniority lists is going to be a nightmareat United there are people who stand to
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