This Week on BNET (June 29 – July 3)

Recession Means More People Travel Locally, Take Shorter Trips
It’s not a surprise, but people are changing their travel habits in this economy. The numbers are sobering to see.

US-EU Open Skies Phase II Talks Begin
All eyes are on round two of the talks – this, the EU hopes, will result in cabotage rights within the US.

United, Continental Antitrust Application Slammed by DOJ
The DOT was in favor of the broad antitrust immunity application, but the DOJ isn’t so happy.

Frontier Makes Money in May, What’s Next?
Frontier is making money, and that’s great, but it’s what happens next that really determines how this airline will be doing going forward. Lots of changes could be underway.

Boeing Set to Buy Vought?
Boeing seems to be having seconds thoughts about outsourcing most of the 787 part production, and it now appears to be bringing one of its suppliers back in-house.

2 Responses to This Week on BNET (June 29 – July 3)

  1. Aniz says:

    Lufthansa carryon luggage policy states your carryon cannot be over 17.5 pounds… my carry on suticase weighs 9 pounds… Does anyone know how strict they are on this? can I put my heavey stuff into my carry on BIG purse then transfer it back to my suitcase after they weigh it? or should I resign myself to checking my carryon… I really dont want to check it in as I am flying LA to Frankfurt then changing to planes to fly to Rome… I want my luggage with me.. any tips are appreciated

  2. CF says:

    Aniz – I would just do my best to reduce the amount of weight you bring onboard. It should be ok if it’s close – they usually don’t weigh the carry on as strictly as they do checked bags, but there’s no guarantee of that.

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