Once again the IATA seasonal change brings about new routes and kills off others.
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.
Can fries be reasonably served as a side on board? And, quite frankly, why not tater tots instead??
It is all fun and games until a rules change hits home. Then the rage rises to the surface.
Fares are up, and revenues are strong in many markets. But that doesn’t mean everyone is doing great, financially or otherwise.
New wing designs, and new engines hanging from them, could change the way we fly. Or at least make it more efficient.
How many million milers is too many? Plus a crazy crash and new transatlantic routes on the horizon.
As if airport crowds and luggage SNAFUs aren’t enough, summer heat waves are adding to the challenges in travel.
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.
Mergers generally reduce competition. Upstarts increase it. And somewhere in the middle, we like to talk about all of options.