3 Links I Love: Southwest Pays the FAA, Air Tahiti Nui CEO Interview, United Goes Free

Southwest paid for FAA inspector during shutdownMarketWatch
Shrewd move by Southwest or inappropriate preferential treatment that casts shame over the government?

HIGH FLYER INTERVIEW: THE AIR TAHITI NUI TRANSFORMATION ACCORDING TO ITS CHIEFSAirways
It’s time for another CEO interview. This time it’s with the little guy in the Pacific, Air Tahiti Nui. Though the airline is small, it’s currently going through a fleet renewal replacing A340s with 787s, so it’s an interesting time at the airline.

United Airlines Offers Customers Free Live TVUnited News Hub
I think I speak for all infrequent United fliers when I say… “they still charged for that?” This is a smart move. It gives them something to take away when the economy turns down.

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4 Responses to 3 Links I Love: Southwest Pays the FAA, Air Tahiti Nui CEO Interview, United Goes Free

  1. David SF eastbay says:

    WN/FAA – Big companies have been buying Washington for generations, so nothing new here.

  2. Jon Snow says:

    I love your cynicism on UA, free entertainment and a recession. 211 737s with direct tv, and if they had it their way it would be zero.

  3. Art says:

    Its good to see UA moving to free Live TV. Most of the time the card readers in the seat backs couldnt read your credit or debit card anyway.

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