You might be surprised to know that it’s not just airlines that can get the Cranky Jackass award. Today, I have the pleasure of awarding it to Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, the girls who say that being so hot got them banned from Southwest for life.
Sounds ridiculous, right? … Read the post
It’s been awhile since we’ve heard about any new routes from Virgin America, so when I saw a press release saying that they were applying to fly from LA to Cabo, I felt compelled to write.
Cabo?!? Are they really that desperate to find a place to fly?
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Anyone else out there seen Lufthansa’s Quick Boarding? I saw it on TravelPost’s blog and I’m not sure how I missed it before.
It appears that at some gates in Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin/Tegel, Dusseldorf, Hanover, Hamburg and Bremen (yes, all in Germany), you don’t need one of those fancy gate … Read the post
Readers of the TSA’s blog know that the agency has recently decided to roll out a program in Salt Lake City that has different lanes for different types of travelers. As you can see at left, passengers will have three different choices. While the idea seems to be a … Read the post
There’s really nothing surprising in the announcement that US Airways has taken a couple steps to devalue its Dividend Miles program. I mean, every airline has been doing this, but US Airways has come up with a unique and seemingly logical way to make it happen – making people … Read the post
A nice side benefit of attending JetBlue’s press conference yesterday was that I had the opportunity to meet Ian Gregor, Communications Manager for the FAA’s Western-Pacific Region. We started talking shop, and soon enough I realized that there was something worth writing about here.
LAX has recently started using Continuous … Read the post