3 Links I Love – Southwest Shakes Up Small Cities, Emirates’s Godfather, and Air Canada’s Pit Crew

3 Links I Love – Southwest Shakes Up Small Cities, Emirates’s Godfather, and Air Canada’s Pit Crew

Last week, most of you liked the idea of doing a weekly news roundup, but not all. So I’m trying something a little bit different. I’m going to pick just a few links (3 this week), and then pick one as the featured link. That one will show up first … Read the post

Southwest’s Chief Marketing Officer Responds to My Thoughts on Transfarency

Southwest’s Chief Marketing Officer Responds to My Thoughts on Transfarency

After I wrote my thoughts about Southwest’s new Transfarency campaign, I received a note from Beth Harbin, Southwest’s Senior Director of Communications. Since I hadn’t been at media day to hear the presentation, she wanted to connect me with Chief Marketing Officer Kevin Krone so he could better explain … Read the post

Cranky on the Web – Talking Airports, More American-US Airways Cutover

Cranky on the Web – Talking Airports, More American-US Airways Cutover

TT016: Airport and Airline Trends With The Cranky Flier Brett SnyderThe Terminal Podcast
Jonathan had me on his podcast meant for airport professionals. We talked about a whole bunch of fun things. If you have 30 minutes, click on the link to listen.

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Hawaiian’s New Premium Cabin Flat Bed and Additional Extra Comfort Seating is a Calculated Move

Hawaiian’s New Premium Cabin Flat Bed and Additional Extra Comfort Seating is a Calculated Move

Earlier this week, Hawaiian Airlines announced it would be rolling out flat beds in its premium cabin (sold as First domestically and Business internationally), and it would double the size of its Extra Comfort section. This might seem like the airline is just catching up to what other carriers have … Read the post

Frontier Management Tells Me How It’s a Different Kind of Ultra Low Cost Carrier

Frontier Management Tells Me How It’s a Different Kind of Ultra Low Cost Carrier

Though my recent trip to Denver was for a wedding, I had ulterior motives. I was hoping to schedule some time with Frontier’s executive team since the airline has been doing some really interesting things lately. The team is attempting to do something we haven’t seen in the US yet: … Read the post

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