It was a pleasant surprise.
They have a lot of work ahead of them cutting those non-fuel costs.
Those guys deserve the accolades. Making a profit in the first quarter with $75 per barrel oil is quite a feat.
The company now seems to have a viable plan to return to profitability even in a high fuel-cost environment.
The airlines had been too conservative in increasing fares. It's long overdue.
What kind of society, given the choice between recycling a mountain of paper and denuding a mountainside of trees would make a decision to do the latter? The answer: our kind. And it is time to change that.
Morris K. Udall
(June 15, 1922 - December 12, 1998)
This wasn't the smartest thing for the guys to organize, but my client didn't do that. It was really blown out of proportion.
The air was soft, the stars so fine, the promise of every cobbled alley so great that I thought I was in a dream.