Computers are creating challenges for airlines and hotels these days. But it still isn’t a “glitch.” Another airline is disappearing and the CSeries may be flying further south than previously expected.
Is it possible to introduce a new product too soon? Also, survival of the fittest can be bad if you’re named Darwin. Plus big potential moves in China.
New Suites seats from Emirates and Singapore Airlines are all the rage, but do they really matter? Revenue-based loyalty, a fond farewell and a new long-haul LCC are also part of this week’s news.
Everything is changing, from routes to aircraft types to terminals to award charts. And there’s a good reason it is happening now. Plus, concerts on planes and a major airport expansion on the horizon.
There’s something particularly strange about building an itinerary just to fly 4 different LCCs in 2 days in Japan. That’s what we have Seth for. Plus, a 767 renaissance, LGA shuffles, SFO air art and more.
How do you stay healthy on the road? You probably don’t, and that makes you a slacker. But we’ve got a guest this week talking about how to be better about such things. C’mon in!
Come fly across the Atlantic with the crew on an LCC (in Y!) and talk about United’s newly revised A350 order, the evolution of Basic Economy and many US airlines scaling back revenue hopes for 2017.
Some of the best AvGeek routes in the USA come courtesy of the Alaska Airlines “Milk Run” hops throughout Alaska. Come along for the ride in this week’s episode!
A quick bonus hit this week, covering American’s new routes to Europe and United’s new plan to keep flight attendants happy.
United Airlines is bringing back service on the Denver-London route. Here’s a quick take from the team about the new services and what it means for travelers.