In what must be one of the more creative promotions around, Nantucket Airlines has decided to have a limerick contest.
Everyone knows the famous limerick that begins, “There once was a man from Nantucket.” If you don’t know it, you can probably guess what rhymes with Nantucket. So Nantucket … Read the post
If you’re interested in airports, you might want to check out Aviation Daily’s new airports blog. It’s written by the knowledgeable and always entertaining Benet Wilson. She worked in corporate communications for Delta until recently, so you know she must have a great sense of humor.
Anyway, in her … Read the post
If you’ve never been to FlyerTalk, I’d highly recommend a visit. The website has become the main virtual gathering place for the frequent fliers of the world. There are dedicated forums for each frequent flier program as well as some more general forums.
As you may have guessed, frequent … Read the post
Well, I guess that’s the nice way to put it.
The New York Times had an article today talking about the additional data the US and EU governments want to help find terrorists. This means sifting through more than just your unmentionables. They want credit card data, phone numbers, email … Read the post
No, I’m not talking about Eminem. This time it’s Aerocalifornia that has risen from the dead.
You might remember them as the airline that shut down in April after angering the Mexican government. It’s unclear exactly what happened, but it seems like they were deemed unsafe and that was that.… Read the post
I must admit I was truly surprised that this hadn’t happened already. Northwest and Air France will finally start codesharing on each other’s flights from September 2.
Northwest fans will know that Northwest and KLM have been tied at the hip for years. In fact, KLM doesn’t even have a … Read the post
Yet another example of people overreacting to “suspicious-looking” people on a plane once again highlights the broken security system protecting our skies.
In this round, Monarch flight 613 traveling from Malaga to Manchester (England) found its passengers walking off the plane before departure because of “two men of Asian appearance … Read the post