Just a couple hundred (more) new planes coming to United through the end of the decade. Nothing to get excited about here.
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…
Summer is ending, but travel continues. And optimism remains strong, at least in some segments of the industry.
More leisure travelers than expected, plus some gardening tips. Oh, and lots of airline news, too.
A good award search tool is something of a holy grail in the miles & points space. Point.Me is pretty darn close, if not entirely there.
A bit of a challenge this week to get past the very real suffering of war and have a conversation about what it means in the context of aviation. But we’re trying.
Should you subscribe to an airline’s recurring payment offerings? Probably not. But we’re going to talk about it a bit.
Kicking off the show with a bad conspiracy theory about hurricanes probably isn’t our strongest play, but here we are. It gets better pretty quickly.
We’re about more than just airplanes, especially these days. But don’t worry too much; air travel still dominates the conversation this week.
Booking inaugural routes is almost as fun as flying them, right?? Plus A321Ts parked, AirAsia Japan dying and United’s November growth plans.