It’s been awhile since my last airline interview, so I’m happy to have another one to post. I started talking to ExpressJet about doing an interview a couple of months back, but I was only able to get enough information to justify a post recently.
See, they’re being quite guarded … Read the post
If you’ve been watching the news over the last 24 hours, you’ve probably seen countless reports about the Sri Lankan plane that was *gasp* going to fly after it’s winglet sliced into the winglet of a British Airways plane. The reports, which apparently started with this Daily Mail story, … Read the post
Once again, it’s my least favorite time of the year . . . the end of Daylight Saving Time here in the US. Sure, there are good things about it. It was nice driving to work in the daylight this morning instead of the darkness I drove through last week, … Read the post
The World Series is over, and now we have four long months of cold and darkness before the glory of spring training begins once again. My Diamondbacks fell a little short of the series this year, but they certainly exceeded just about anyone’s expectations. Nice job, guys. I can’t wait … Read the post
When SAS started talking about how they would actually replace those Q400s they’re ditching, I noticed plenty of discussion about wet leases and dry leases. That made me realize it was a great time for the latest installment in the far too infrequent “What the F***” series.
The basic idea … Read the post
A couple of weeks ago, I received an invitation to “the British Airways Club World Experience” being hosted at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. Not having flown BA’s Club World (their fancy name for Business Class) since 2003, I was certainly interested to hear about their enhancements. This was … Read the post
Judging from comments on previous posts in the last couple of days, I’m guessing many of you have already heard that SAS had yet another Q400 turboprop land with gear problems. This makes for an unbelievable third gear problem resulting in an emergency landing in less than two months. … Read the post