Is there at least maybe, hopefully a good reason for American Airlines slashing its mini-hub in Austin?
Scavenging for spare parts, profitable routes, or just good travel ideas? We’ve got it all in this week’s show.
Sometimes the best plan when a trip gets complicated is to just walk away. Or at least strongly consider the possibility in the face of ever changing travel restrictions.
American’s turn for a meltdown, plus slower recoveries, a big Heathrow boost, and planes shifting national registries for some reason.
We lost last week’s episode, but came back strong this time around with planes big and small crossing oceans and some fun new routes and money for US startups.
More airline partnership and a key route trimmed. Plus, cool new trains and airlines and loyalty plays.
An aviation podcast talking about driving? Sometimes that’s the only viable option, and it is strange. Plus, so are we.
Is the US market ready for another commercial airline? Serial aviation founder David Neeleman is ready to give it another go, and Breeze hopes to fly later this year.
United teams up with Clear, Southwest leaves Newark and CapOne has a data breach. Plus, a new(ish) airline flying a pretty old little Fokker.
Can we talk about that new livery? Plus, more Mexico, SAS’s strike and who really owns Hong Kong Airlines these days?