Airlines raked in revenue in Q2, but not all of them reported a profit. And that raises a lot of bigger picture questions.
More leisure travelers than expected, plus some gardening tips. Oh, and lots of airline news, too.
New seats, new routes, and a comeback of quality flooring round out this week’s top stories.
Sometimes the best plan when a trip gets complicated is to just walk away. Or at least strongly consider the possibility in the face of ever changing travel restrictions.
Airline meltdowns happen form time to time, but this past week’s performances are surprisingly ugly.
Is this a good episode title? Probably not. Is it a good episode, though??
As borders start to reopen the requirements for entry to some countries can be onerous. Or completely reasonable. But the inconsistencies make it really challenging for travelers to plan.
What happens when people take to Twitter seeking justice and then transition that into real-life doxxing? And what about when it is a case of mistaken identity? A couple recent incidents in the travel space remind us that this is stupid and bad in many ways.
Is it time for airports to join the consolidation game? We talk a lot about airlines and mergers (and bankruptcies these days) but airports might also benefit from joining forces.
Norwegian might need to pop a Cork, Frontier looks to cash out, the CS300 is sexy and some discussion on why we travel so much.