The A380 gets a new order and Airbus gets some additional action in China. Also, new rules for service animals, new liveries, new routes and new uniforms.
Is Iceland really that popular in Texas? More premium routes and no more A380s are also part of the discussions.
Hey, DLD listeners: We need your help, far more than just putting up with our regular ramblings (of which there are plenty in this episode).
The Paris Air Show was full of interesting news again this year, though much of it felt incomplete. Antwerp is an interesting destination and lots of legal stuff happening in North America, too.
What’s next for the A380? Delays in opening at Dubai and tracking new jets, too.
What’s next for seats, internet and entertainment on airplanes? Aircraft Interiors Expo is the place to find out and here’s this week’s show wrap up.
Europe’s aviation market is a bit of a mess, with Monarch on the cusp of closing and Air Berlin making major changes. SPG & Marriott are merged and Fozz books a flight on air!
On this week’s show we’re talking in and about Krakow, Poland. The aviation museum is an #AvGeek mecca and the show may include a vodka tasting. Also, stories about passengers flying without pants.
Things don’t always go as planned. We usually recover better than others, even if there is a bit of chaos involved. Still, it is not too common that a simple round-trip requires 10-ish different bookings to make it happen. Oopsie.
It should come as no surprise that the lead story on this week’s episode is the lead aviation-related story in the news, the crash of Asiana 214 at SFO last Saturday. We don’t dwell too…