While standing in line for boarding of my flight to Frankfurt a couple weeks ago I (along with everyone else in line) was approached by a guy handing out what appeared to be business cards. Yeah, I thought it was strange. But it turns out he was soliciting passengers to complete a survey related to the trip. Maybe that it still a bit strange but I took the card. And now, cleaning out my jacket pockets, I found it again and filled out the survey this evening. It was a relatively typical consumer survey, though they definitely had more questions and answer options than many I’ve taken recently, especially those run directly by the airlines (this one was not).
This was my favorite question:
How do you choose only three? And which three would you choose? Do you base your choices on the specific flight in question or your overall travels with the airline? Anyone want to guess what three I chose??
I was also rather amused by the fine print in the prize drawing details:
The winner will get 2 long-haul tickets for any flight, single leg (and return), operated by the following airlines: American Airlines, Air France, Delta, KLM, Etihad, Finnair, Swiss , Thai Airways and Singapore Airlines.
Apparently entering a contest based on a United Airlines flight cannot win a United ticket. Oops. I’ll take JFK-Abu Dhabi though.
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