Long flights, jet lag, and do pilots need to sleep on a trip, too?
How many million milers is too many? Plus a crazy crash and new transatlantic routes on the horizon.
The semi-annual IATA seasonal schedule change happened last weekend, and it brings some fun and interesting new routes and slot opportunities to the industry.
It was supposed to be a quick weekend getaway for the crew. That didn’t work out so well. Also in this episode: Virgin Atlantic joins SkyTeam Eurostar’s Brexit capacity cuts Cleveland gets its European nonstop…
Can Russia produce more than 300 commercial aircraft by the end of the decade to backfill the Boeing and Airbus frames that will be inoperable by then? And would you fly on one if they do??
Another airline disappears, but we’re still here. You can decide if that’s a good trade or not.
Despite being one of the slowest major air shows for new order announcements in years, Farnborough 2022 offered plenty of news.
Some terribly dorky jokes get us started this week, but eventually we manage to transition to terribly dorky conversations about airplanes, so that’s mostly a win.
Who is to blame? And does it matter when you finally admit that? Plenty of challenges in the industry these days and more flight cancellations are coming.
No squirrels were harmed in the making of this episode. And we cannot explain why that is even remotely relevant. But here we are anyways.