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.
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??
Airlines raked in revenue in Q2, but not all of them reported a profit. And that raises a lot of bigger picture questions.
There are far too many idiots on planes today. Plus lasers, order drama, and more!
Slightly bizarre to have the lead topic for an aviation podcast to be a subway story, but we’ve never really been a normal group. Plus, we’ve got Jason on to talk about that and many other airplane-related bits.
American’s turn for a meltdown, plus slower recoveries, a big Heathrow boost, and planes shifting national registries for some reason.
So much noise for a handful of new routes. Is it really worth the hype? Plus an airline blocks customers and a hotel sues its parent brand.
Kicking off the show with a bad conspiracy theory about hurricanes probably isn’t our strongest play, but here we are. It gets better pretty quickly.
They might all be terrible ideas, but we’re still going to talk about them and figure out if any of it makes sense.