Give US Airways credit for not doing the knee-jerk thing most any other corporation would have done, instead circling the wagons while trying to make sense out of its pornographic tweet from Monday.
It's been a weird week for airlines in social media, and it's only Tuesday. On Monday a Dutch teen was arrested for tweeting a threat to American Airlines, and US Airways accidentally tweeted a photo of a woman using a model airplane as a sex toy. But here's one airline that's actually getting some positive attention this week: Southwest.
Brands and Twitter sometimes make strange bedfellows. But when US Airways decides to screw the social media pooch, it doesn't toy around.