What happens when a company screws up? Often very little. Regulators in Europe might be changing that, however, with a significant penalty announced against British Airways parent IAG as a result of the personal data stolen from the company last year. About time or taking it too far??
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Also in this episode:
- Amtrak is close to breaking even on operations thanks to major changes implemented by CEO Richard Anderson. And that has a lot of people upset.
- Delta Air Lines is overhauling its economy class meal service for long haul flights with lots of good news and one very pointed potential problem
- British Airways (details) and Virgin Atlantic both have schedules for their new A350 operations, though some are more certain than others.
- Norwegian is cutting some long-haul routes to the USA
- American (and someone else) might be launching service to Zagreb soonish
- Flynas cancelled a 737 MAX order in favor of the A320neo but the reasoning is far more nuanced than what most pundits are pushing
- Denver has a beer crawl option for your next layover
- What’s good in Bhutan?
Plus lots, lots more!
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