What’s the silliest reason you’ve ever heard of for planes to be removed from service? We might have a new top contender for that title.
Hydrogen is flying, at least on one engine. And that’s way better for awareness than some of the other stuff we’ve seen lately.
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.
Mask rules are changing, maybe too quickly for airlines to keep up. Plus electric news and MAX potential.
We lost last week’s episode, but came back strong this time around with planes big and small crossing oceans and some fun new routes and money for US startups.
No, that’s not a typo. We’re mourning the loss of the Convair 580s from commercial service, now slated for next year, among many other things in this week’s episode.
Lots of stuff happening in Asia, from partnerships to award travel to Singapore hawker stalls. Polaris takes a (bigger) delay and a Westin has math troubles.
An old cuprit has learned new dirty tricks, Korean Air First Class thoughts from a special guest, finding a bed might be harder than it seems and Cactus is no more. Welcome to DLD Episode 79!
If we had tried a bit harder we probably could have come up with an awesome way to run the show this week in honor of the Kentucky Derby. Instead all I did was manage…