Can economy class be considered an upgrade from premium economy? We’re talking about airlines, so you know where this is going.
United’s operations are mostly back to normal at this point, but it took a while to get there. Fortunately, there were plenty of other things to keep us entertained while watching that mess unfold.
Like the rest of the country’s air travel, this week’s episode got hit by rolling delays. But we made it to our final destination eventually.
Summer in Paris, perhaps a delightful experience. A week at Le Bourget, however, is far less appealing for us. But there’s a bit of news worth discussing.
What does the future of air travel hold? Odds are it will appear on the show floor at Aircraft Interiors Expo a few years before it flies, and we’ve got a report from the show.
New planes, new routes, and new seats all bode well for the future. And some lines being dropped might not be so bad, either.
JetBlue and American Airlines have a lot of work to do if they’re going to keep the NEA alive. A judge ruled it illegal last Friday, setting up all sorts of challenges for the carriers.
Two nice implementations of indigenous themes and art from airlines announced this week, and the impact for passengers is pretty good, too.
Can fries be reasonably served as a side on board? And, quite frankly, why not tater tots instead??
Seth gets sidetracked on a train journey across Europe, drawn to Siena thanks to an online aviation connection.