In response to your editorial yesterday titled “They are just simple questions from reporter Ilia L. Likou,” the sign of things for Samoa Airways don’t look good at all but as gloomier as a low front heading towards Samoa weather-wise; storm coming to doom no doubt.
Trust you me Mr. Editor, from start, the Samoa government sabotaging of the so many travellers that were booked in advanced to spend the Christmas/New Year holidays in Samoa surely had created many enemies than a fellowship.
Keep in mind, we, the regular travellers put bums on seats and that’s dollars and cents. Unlike in a general elections, voters can only tick once in every 5 years; big mistake by the government to play with us the expatriate Samoa.
You see Mr. Editor, when idiots try to fool around with us, we spin the tide to flow back to make it to become a tsunami.
Those who made the stupid fool decision to stop Virgin Australia flying us from Auckland to Apia are so naive and blinded as the flying foxes to calculate the long-term risks and repercussions for their actions.
Not a single doubt in my simple mind, Samoa Airways got not a single affected passenger because Virgin Australia instead had flown us all direct from Australia to Apia.
Not only that, but Virgin Australia had allowed us with 3 extra excess packages, free beverages, free alcohol, and free hot meals inflight all the way from Australia to Apia.
Can Samoa Airways afford that over the top of a $million fortnight and other running costs?
Thank you Virgin Australia for looking after us the pawn victims of the irresponsible decision by the Samoa government to sabotage our travel plans.
Tofaeono Misãtauveve Iosefo Hollywood