Monthly Archives: March 2009

Talking About Airports at the Phoenix Aviation Symposium

Greetings from the Phoenix Aviation Symposium here in, well, Phoenix, of course. The first day was action-packed with plenty of technical talk about the industry, but instead of throwing out a ton of random information, I thought I’d focus on one piece that actually can impact the public. Let’s talk …

A Busy and Exciting Day with Southwest

I do my best to get a thoughtful post out for you every weekday, so I apologize that today is a very light one. See, I spent yesterday with Southwest Airlines, and I’m just now sitting down to do some writing. As I write this, it’s 10pm, I have an …

Air Force One Up Close

And now for something completely different. Today, we’re going to forget about commercial aviation and talk about Air Force One. I had the chance to see it up close yesterday, and I’ve got plenty of pics.

Some of you may know that I volunteer at my home airport, Long Beach

Expedia and Travelocity Drop Booking Fees (Temporarily)

There’s good news out there for those of you who like to book your travel using online travel agents. Expedia and Travelocity have both followed in Priceline’s footsteps and dropped all booking fees for flights. There don’t appear to be any catches, but this is a temporary move. Flights must …

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