I would like to draw your attention to an article by Mark S. Wexler, ("True Confessions of a Worldly Mileage Maniac," March 4). He states: "I once asked how we, as passengers, look to the cabin crew. 'When I walk down the aisle I see little chickens looking up with their tongues hanging out, waiting to be fed,' the flight attendant replied. " 'They eat and hopefully they sleep,' " was added to the comment.
If this is truly how the Pan Am cabin crew feel about their paying passengers then I, for one, have no wish to fly Pan Am. Whether first- class or coach-class chickens, I suggest that we would be "turkeys" to do so.
GRAHAM C. MILLER