Like the rest of the country’s air travel, this week’s episode got hit by rolling delays. But we made it to our final destination eventually.
How do you host a massive casino opening party in Las Vegas in the midst of a pandemic? It definitely isn’t easy, but it can be done.
The Las Vegas strip is open again. Or at least open-ish. It is a far cry from the typical levels of action and activity, but things are starting to come back and it is very different. But also very the same. Here’s a first-hand report from the Strip on opening weekend.
Live from London, we’ve got a special guest smart enough not to talk about things where he doesn’t know what’s going on. It was a very strange conversation on many levels.
Big fines for airlines, big meal service changes and big new aircraft plans highlight this weeks show!
Getting “stuck” on a 10-abreast 777 is about the worst thing ever, right? Then again, maybe not. We’re joined this week by Michael Trager of TravelZork and talking about how some travelers actually prefer the tighter space on board.
Aircraft engines are causing more than their share of issues these days. Failures on the ground and in the air are raising lots of questions. We’re mostly about asking them, not answering them in this episode. Plus cabin retrofits, new planes, routes and more.
Fire in Atlanta, new flights to Tahiti and a hundred new A321s for Delta. Plus LCC flat beds and A310s disappearing. C’mon in for a(nother) fun episode!
Charter cuts, not Leaving Las Vegas, seat poachers popped and a black hole over North Korea. Plus thoughts on where to go for Holy Week next year.
Norwegian feels the heat in Vegas, Transatlantic traffic keeps growing and United’s Basic Economy is ready to fly. Plus a special mini-episode for a good cause.