2 Responses

  1. Schizo Smurf
    Schizo Smurf at |

    The way I read it, "it" can be left out of the sentence. There is no confusion as to what is being complained about with the way the sentence is structured. My two cents; as I'm a fan of simple sentence construction.

  2. Seth
    Seth at |

    Lacking the "it" would make United the subject of the second clause so it would read "and [United] is just another kick in the teeth to Flight Attendants and other loyal employees." I don't think that is correct either.

    There are plenty of ways to make the line work without "it" but this isn't one of them.

    They'll still have Employee class on the international F segments and on p.s., though the return of CR-1s will put a few more bodies into the premium cabins on the p.s. flights.

    And they'll still have customers. Which they need to pay their salaries. That can't be a bad thing, can it?