Residents of the Dallas/Ft Worth Metroplex probably rolled their eyes at the news that Southwest is pushing for more freedom at Houston’s close-in Hobby airport. They’ve seen it all before with Southwest’s fight against American at Love Field, right? Not quite. This is a very different situation, but don’t worry, … Read the post
Way back on March 5, 2010, Allegiant announced it would purchase some used 757s so that it could go to Hawai’i. Here we are more than 2 years later and the strategy is finally, mercifully, being put into place. Flights to Honolulu begin on June 29 from one city you … Read the post
Live Chat: Children on planes – Canada.com
I was one of the panelists for a live chat about kids on airplanes. You can see the transcript at the link above.
The Midwest Cookie Is Dead and Other Important Airline News – Conde Nast Daily Traveler… Read the post
When you think of three cabin airlines, you think of some of the world’s finest with their First, Business, and coach classes. But Frontier has quietly been moving toward a very different kind of three cabin operation. I don’t imagine anyone is actually thinking of these distinctions as separate cabins … Read the post
Another day, another bankruptcy. On Sunday night, Pinnacle Airlines Corp filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to the surprise of nobody. I should say, to the surprise of nobody who has ever heard of the airline.
You probably haven’t heard of Pinnacle because it and … Read the post
Last week, Alaska Airlines celebrated the grand remodeling of Terminal 6 at LAX. Terminal 6 was one of the more neglected terminals, and now it’s the beneficiary of massive investment that significantly improves the place. Take my 3m46s video tour which starts at the third installment of Alaska’s “Airport … Read the post