It seems that some of the passengers that survived the Hudson River landing a couple of weeks ago are not happy with the response of US Airways.
The airline offered them all the highest level of status in their loyalty program for one year as a gesture and apparently some of dismissed this offer as inadequate.
It begs a wider question; exactly what was the airline compensating them for?
Presumably they were under no obligation to apologize for the behavior of a flock of geese (leave that to the Canadians), nor for the actions of their crew who executed a landing that many believed to be impossible. Is it just possible therefore that the complaining passengers believe that SOMEONE has to be blamed regardless of the circumstances?
Such behavior hardly restores one’s faith in human nature.