The MAX continues to dominate news cycles, but there’s lots more out there also worth talking about.
JetBlue and American Airlines have a lot of work to do if they’re going to keep the NEA alive. A judge ruled it illegal last Friday, setting up all sorts of challenges for the carriers.
Two nice implementations of indigenous themes and art from airlines announced this week, and the impact for passengers is pretty good, too.
Spring is here! The Northern IATA season started last weekend, and even if the weather isn’t entirely cooperating, new routes are alive.
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.
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…
We considered just having this episode go missing, an homage to the HTTP 404 status code. But there’s too much interesting stuff to cover instead.
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.
Lots of news in the Transatlantic market this week, with high hopes for Summer 2022. Lawsuits, and new elite status and maskholes, too.
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.