Cranky on the Web (September 26 – 30)

Snyder: Padded flight times a reasonable bufferCNN Out of the Office
Some people love to suggest that airlines pad flight schedules just to make it look like they’re on time. That’s not really how it works.

The New Boeing 787Right This Minute
This was a video interview about the 787. It was chopped up into a short segment so some of things are a little out of context, but it was fun to do.

In the Trenches: Sweating the Small StuffIntuit Small Business Blog
I naturally worry when things go wrong, even if minor. That’s just not a good way to be as we keep growing.

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Off topic (but on time): Any thoughts about Allegiant’s imminent departure from Long Beach? Just a week ago I was at their counter buying a ticket (and saving the web convenience fee), and while chatting with the agents there they told me they were going to start Hawaii in the spring. And now I read that all service will be gone in less than 2 months…

Sanjeev M
Sanjeev M

Don’t you just wish that JetBlue would be allowed to use the E190’s on commuter slots? With the 20+ commuter slots available that could make LGB a real hub (although JetBlue is more O&D focused anyway).