Cranky on the Web: Holiday Wish List, 2016 Predictions

The AirwaysNews Aviation Holiday Wish List for 2016AirwaysNews
I haven’t run Cranky on the Web in a couple of weeks, so this is a bit behind. But AirwaysNews did a holiday wish list, and I was asked for mine. My wish? Stop those damn schedule changes. (It’s not coming true.)
2016 in aviation: Profits, airport upgrades and the longest flight in the
CNN did a look at what’s coming in 2016, and I was quoted about the C-Series, which will finally be delivered this year.

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“southwest rarely makes schedule changes”. This may be true but last summer they cancelled a lot of flights between the LA area and the SF bay area. This forced people to switch flights and has the same effect as schedule changes.


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I think a BA tie up with Hainan or Sichcuan airlines is more likely than China Eastern. Chengdu presents some interesting possibilities as a hub.