New planes, new routes, and new seats all bode well for the future. And some lines being dropped might not be so bad, either.
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.
Canada makes a few appearances in this week’s episode, as does the Middle East.
We wanted to be excited. We wanted to celebrate a new and innovative product. Alas, the newly announced F/J for Qantas is not it.
Refreshing cabins is a nice touch, but why does it take so long?? Also, how long will it take Southwest to pay out all the comp it owes.
Just a couple hundred (more) new planes coming to United through the end of the decade. Nothing to get excited about here.
Catching up on some reader mail, and also on big changes coming in airports served, meals on board, and vaguely boring partnerships.
Summer is ending, but travel continues. And optimism remains strong, at least in some segments of the industry.
Another airline disappears, but we’re still here. You can decide if that’s a good trade or not.
So much news from American we might have to rebrand the show. But lots of other goodies, too.