Lots of news in the Transatlantic market this week, with high hopes for Summer 2022. Lawsuits, and new elite status and maskholes, too.
Sometimes the best plan when a trip gets complicated is to just walk away. Or at least strongly consider the possibility in the face of ever changing travel restrictions.
We’re on location this week, recording at the IATA Annual General Meeting in Boston where industry CEOs and suppliers gathered to absolutely not collude on anything they cannot legally address.
Airline meltdowns happen form time to time, but this past week’s performances are surprisingly ugly.
Fancy new screens, a questionable route plan, open borders (sortof) and a trio of new/renewed airlines make the news this week. Plus, what happens if you don’t pay a DOT fine??
Back on the road and exploring the world, with some thoughts on just how well that’s going overall and why we’re not in a huge hurry to do more of it too soon.
We’re talking through bits of the new Aeroplan program in this weeks show, plus new travel warnings and a strange possible investment play by Qatar Airways on behalf of Delta Air Lines.
What does high school shop class have to do with our travel experiences? Absolutely nothing, but that’s rarely stopped us from talking about other topics, so why start now??
Major cuts extending beyond China and beyond planes. Plus old enemies are friends and another dream of beds in long-haul economy…C’mon in!
When APEX, AIX and IFSA get together there should be enough going on to generate some interesting news. Or, perhaps not. The annual Fall trade show bonanza was slow this year, but we still managed to find a few things to talk about.