Has Delta found a new recipe for international growth? Have we discovered the secret to a great stay in the French Quarter? Will a new LCC alliance in Asia make travel even easier? Believe it or not, we’ve got some thoughts on these topics and more in this week’s show.
We’re in Hamburg this week with a crew of special guests at the Aircraft Interiors Expo, talking about the good and bad we saw and what the future of commercial air travel will be.
Is Narita dead as an airline hub? What is Iran doing with so many A380s? And why is Chicago building yet another runway at O’Hare?
All premiums, all the time, but what does that really mean for passengers. Are these new seating options really an upgrade?
Welcome to the wrap-up show from the annual APEX Expo, held this year in Portland Oregon. That means (mostly) delicious beer during the recording, plus great insight on what the future of the passenger experience will be.
Howard Hughes’s flying boat is an incredible piece of aviation history and we recorded this episode, in part, sitting on the flight deck.
Nuts drive a diversion, United bails on JFK, JetBlue adds Mint to Boston and Seth talks a bit about flying on Cubana.
A bit of a rough week with a few emergency landings and some earnings calls which were tremendously positive, but also very cautious on the outlook. What’s on the horizon??
A special episode recorded at the Aircraft Interiors Expo 205, where we explore the latest and greatest developments in the world if in-flight catering, connectivity, entertainment, seating and more. And some missing bits as well.
An old cuprit has learned new dirty tricks, Korean Air First Class thoughts from a special guest, finding a bed might be harder than it seems and Cactus is no more. Welcome to DLD Episode 79!