Dismissing idiocy of the past rather than owning up to mistakes is an interesting choice for an airline startup trying to avoid being seen as a scam. Think it’ll work?
New planes, new routes, and new seats all bode well for the future. And some lines being dropped might not be so bad, either.
Two nice implementations of indigenous themes and art from airlines announced this week, and the impact for passengers is pretty good, too.
Catching up on some reader mail, and also on big changes coming in airports served, meals on board, and vaguely boring partnerships.
Day two of a trip to Europe always brings along some jet lag challenges. But we’re trying our best.
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.
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.
Many things are happening in the aviation and travel world. We’re talking about some of them in this week’s show.
We’ve got a special guest on the show this week, talking about a very special topic. There’s a new aviation-themed children’s book out, Aya and Avi’s Airplane Adventure, and we’ve got the author on to talk about his inspiration for pulling it together and a few other things.
More openings than closings should be good news for lots in the industry, though things remain precarious on many fronts.