The semi-annual IATA seasonal schedule change happened last weekend, and it brings some fun and interesting new routes and slot opportunities to the industry.
Halfway through a long trip and still suffering from jetlag, but there’s news to consider and punditry to ponder, so here we go…
It was supposed to be a quick weekend getaway for the crew. That didn’t work out so well. Also in this episode: Virgin Atlantic joins SkyTeam Eurostar’s Brexit capacity cuts Cleveland gets its European nonstop…
More leisure travelers than expected, plus some gardening tips. Oh, and lots of airline news, too.
We haven’t had much to say about travel to Asia in recent months. That changes this week, as we’re joined by Michael Traeger from TravelZork to share some thoughts. A lot of thoughts, really.
We shouldn’t be here right now. We should all be there. But we aren’t. And we don’t even really know where “there” is. A most interesting predicament.
Europeans (and many others) can once again visit the USA, assuming they’re fully vaccinated. And more than a few airlines are very happy about this.
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.
Airline meltdowns happen form time to time, but this past week’s performances are surprisingly ugly.
They might all be terrible ideas, but we’re still going to talk about them and figure out if any of it makes sense.