What happens when you dupe consumers for decades with the confusing names between classes of service then make a change to a tiny part of the fleet? Fun times, indeed.
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.
Can Russia produce more than 300 commercial aircraft by the end of the decade to backfill the Boeing and Airbus frames that will be inoperable by then? And would you fly on one if they do??
Sure, the conversations were great, but our plans for birthday festivities came up short.
At some point “Plus” has to not be the default naming of whatever new thing a company comes up with, right? Alas, this is not that week.
Thought on airline pyjamas? Yeah, we’ve got some of those. And lots of other ideas, too…
We faced a couple mechanicals getting this week’s episode recorded, but are willing to admit that truth, rather than blaming weather, unlike some airlines.
How does just one out of service plane cause so much trouble for a major airline?? But it worked mostly in our favor, so no complaints this time around.
A confluence of work, leisure, and just living has a trio of us on the Williamsburg waterfront on a gorgeous May Saturday for our first in-person recording in well over a year.
BER is open and a whale caught a runaway train. Both of those things really happened.