Cranky on the Web (April 29 – May 3)

787, Frontier

The 787 Dreamliner Is Back: Where and When You Can Fly on OneConde Nast Daily Traveler
Here’s a roundup of when the 787 will be going back into service with various airlines.

In the Trenches: The Virtual Phone System ScrambleIntuit Small Business Blog
Our phone system provider decided to upgrade the system, causing us big problems in the process.

Frontier is Adding Fees, But It’s Really Easy to Avoid Many of ThemConde Nast Daily Traveler
Frontier continues to make fares less valuable when booked through the third parties. It’s just really easy to avoid that problem.

Top 50 Travel BlogsCision Blog
According to Cision’s influence rating, this blog is #6 on the list of top travel blogs.

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4 comments on “Cranky on the Web (April 29 – May 3)

  1. Frankfurt seems to be the first Europe city to get service back for some of these carriers. How did FRA get to be so popular for 787 service?

    1. David – I think the reason is that Frankfurt is an important business market but it has relatively thin demand (especially for non-Star Alliance carriers). So this is a market that people really want to serve for their best customers, but the airlines don’t want to put a ton of seats into it. So the 787 works well.

  2. My company switched our actual desk top phone and talk about a piece of garbage. You have to push more buttons to do the same things we could do on the old phone. They gave a very poor instruction manual and nothing for how to use the voicemail system.

    Chose wisely and check out every single thing on the the system before deciding on which to use.

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