New planes, new routes, and new seats all bode well for the future. And some lines being dropped might not be so bad, either.
Fares are up, and revenues are strong in many markets. But that doesn’t mean everyone is doing great, financially or otherwise.
Spring is here! The Northern IATA season started last weekend, and even if the weather isn’t entirely cooperating, new routes are alive.
Nothing but the best for our listeners as we wrap up the 2022 season.
Just a couple hundred (more) new planes coming to United through the end of the decade. Nothing to get excited about here.
Maybe we’re supposed to say something in advance when the publishing schedule changes. Oopsie.
What happens when you dupe consumers for decades with the confusing names between classes of service then make a change to a tiny part of the fleet? Fun times, indeed.
New cabins, new partners, and new fuels are just a few of the major investments airlines announced that we’re talking about in this week’s episode.
Can Russia produce more than 300 commercial aircraft by the end of the decade to backfill the Boeing and Airbus frames that will be inoperable by then? And would you fly on one if they do??
Despite being one of the slowest major air shows for new order announcements in years, Farnborough 2022 offered plenty of news.