Each year, the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) asks travelers to vote in the Passenger Choice Awards. This year, APEX is focused on spreading the word in order to get even more votes to determine the winners. That’s why they’ve sponsored a post here on the blog. They want your … Read the post
As the days go by, American and US Airways make more and more progress on bringing the two airlines together. Yesterday there were a few more changes made, including upgrades across carriers, minor increases in award redemption prices, and small improvements in carry-on rules. The changes were relatively insignificant enough … Read the post
If you ask someone at Honeywell how many engines are on any aircraft, you might quickly decide they’re all pretty stupid over there. Time after time during my visit to their operation in Phoenix recently [Disclosure: Honeywell paid for my trip to their media day], I had people tell me … Read the post
Well they’ve done it. The folks behind the long-delayed PEOPLExpress start up have now started selling tickets. They gave up on trying to operate their own airplanes, at least initially, so Vision will be operating for them. Boston, Newark, and Pittsburgh get flights from the mighty Newport News hub starting … Read the post
You might know American and United as large airlines that compete with each other head-to-head. But if you’ve been reading the headlines lately, you might think they were real estate companies working together on projects in both Chicago and LA.
The Chicago move is pretty straightforward. The two gates that … Read the post
Those in the airline industry have been waiting for the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) latest proposed rulemaking with a mix of fear and dread. After all, the DOT has, of late, spewed forth garbage rules that are costly and not actually helpful. But, as I discussed yesterday, when the … Read the post