Is Iceland really that popular in Texas? More premium routes and no more A380s are also part of the discussions.
Lots of routes dropping in the coming months, thanks to crew shortages, shifting travel demand and maybe even fleet challenges. Another “mistake” fare scuttled and some talk about cabin density and how that translates to profits, too.
How do you stay healthy on the road? You probably don’t, and that makes you a slacker. But we’ve got a guest this week talking about how to be better about such things. C’mon in!
Hot weather, hot pizza on board and hot takes on lots of other news this week…
The crew was in London last weekend, primed with a few pints of ale and an inaugural flight experience to share.
United has a brand new 77W with fancy new seats in business class. It also is adding a bunch of routes with CRJ-200s on domestic flights. Economy class travel is not so great.
First thoughts on United’s new Polaris soft product, American Airlines cutting back in Cuba, Norwegian growing in the USA and a trip to Taiwan are just a few of the fun bits in this week’s show.
Newark Airport is about to get a whole bunch more flights, and we’re not so sure that’s a good thing. London City Airport will also grow and Thai Airways is looking to return to the USA.
Do you make a wish when you see the North Star? Do they come true? Do you wish that United would have chosen a different theme for naming its new premium cabin offering launching in December of this year? That’s just one of the many topics we’ve got in this week’s DLD episode.
Applications for Haneda slots are in from the US airlines and St. Helena is almost ready to open. Austin, Texas is on the docket as it more Mint-y freshness from JetBlue.