A couple major unexpected events this week caught us off guard, but we’re doing our best to get through it all.
Summer in Paris, perhaps a delightful experience. A week at Le Bourget, however, is far less appealing for us. But there’s a bit of news worth discussing.
Two nice implementations of indigenous themes and art from airlines announced this week, and the impact for passengers is pretty good, too.
A special Dreamliner is on the move. And we’re not really sitting still, either.
Canada makes a few appearances in this week’s episode, as does the Middle East.
The lack of appeal, perhaps, is the most interesting part. But the CDC mask mandate for travel is gone, thanks to a court ruling in Florida.
A special report from San Bernardino, California where Northern Pacific unveiled its new livery on a freshly painted 757-200.
Can we talk about that new livery? Plus, more Mexico, SAS’s strike and who really owns Hong Kong Airlines these days?