More openings than closings should be good news for lots in the industry, though things remain precarious on many fronts.
An airport closes, possibly forever. Another was already closed when the plane showed up. And airlines are still planning their financial turnarounds as demand starts to creep higher.
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.
New Dreamliner configurations, a new deal for collusion and an awesome 747 fly-by, all part of the excitement in this week’s show!
Biometrics are big these days. But what benefits do they bring to travelers? Ryanair makes a move in Austria and United makes more cuts to Polaris. Plus plenty more…
It isn’t always about the planes. Well, I mean it is, but occasionally other bits creep in to the conversation, too.
Tresspassing on airport property, a new world’s longest flight and yet another airline switches to revenue-based loyalty.
A bit of a rough week with a few emergency landings and some earnings calls which were tremendously positive, but also very cautious on the outlook. What’s on the horizon??
Another mistake fare in the news this week, this time on American Airlines in business class to China. Delta is changing Medallion qualification rules slightly for the better and United gave its lounge food offerings a bump up. Also, Ryanair may actually fly TATL, or it might not.
Arm rest wars, massive delays and lounge food upgrades. Plus some idiocy from lobbyists and insights into two cool European destinations. Enjoy!