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.
It was supposed to be a quick weekend getaway for the crew. That didn’t work out so well. Also in this episode: Virgin Atlantic joins SkyTeam Eurostar’s Brexit capacity cuts Cleveland gets its European nonstop…
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??
Another airline disappears, but we’re still here. You can decide if that’s a good trade or not.
Great news: The holiday weekend wasn’t a total meltdown, despite warnings from airlines.
With a blizzard bearing down we’re reliving prior diversions and other cold weather travel tales, all the way to Antarctica.
We shouldn’t be here right now. We should all be there. But we aren’t. And we don’t even really know where “there” is. A most interesting predicament.
Airline meltdowns happen form time to time, but this past week’s performances are surprisingly ugly.
They might all be terrible ideas, but we’re still going to talk about them and figure out if any of it makes sense.
United Airlines announced a 270 aircraft narrow-body order today. 🤯🤯