Cranky on the Web (June 7 – 13)

Government Regulation

Airlines vie for federally subsidized routes in
This is a piece talking about Mississippi airports trying to maintain their Essential Air Service options.

These Airplanes Have Gone RetroConde Nast Daily Traveler
Just a little visual tour of the retro liveries flying in the US Today.

In the Trenches: Crafting a Job DescriptionIntuit Small Business Blog
As you probably know, we’re hiring. But I needed to create a strong job description in order to help with the burdensome hiring process.

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2 comments on “Cranky on the Web (June 7 – 13)

  1. EAS should have been overhauled a long time ago. If people can commute to/from work everyday and take 2 hours in each direction, then people in rural areas can drive 2 hours to an airport and not need tax payer dollars for service to the tiny airport near their home. Granted there are exceptions like Alaska which has very few roads connecting cities, but in the lower 48 exceptions should be rare.

  2. Why I liked looking at the 60’s era United retro plane, I still felt insulted seeing the US plane with the PSA retro look. If they were still flying the PSA network it would have been ok, but since they killed PSA, it’s not flattering. Just my thinking on that.

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