Cranky on the Web (August 22 – 26)

Flier comfort: Boeing 787 myths and factsCNN Out of the Office
The 787 will finally be in service in the next couple of months, and that means it’s time to look at what benefits it will really provide to travelers.

United Continental to spend $550 million on upgradesCleveland Plain Dealer
More talk about United’s product enhancement plans.

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Good point on the 787 and more room, the airlines will still jam as many seats into coach that they can.

The hope is since the plane will be used on long routes is that the idiots who plan the inside will remember a 12-hour flight is not the same as 2-hours and not take to much space away from coach passengers.