3 Coronavirus-Free Links I Love: Goodbye to Midwest, KLM 747s, and Rick Rogers

3 Coronavirus-Free Links I Love: Goodbye to Midwest, KLM 747s, and Rick Rogers

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Wisconsin’s Midwest Express Airlines ends Elite partnershipch-aviation
Remember how Midwest Express was going to come back with chocolate chip cookies and all? Scratch that. The airline was going to outsource flying to Elite, but that has now fallen apart and descended into lawsuits. Midwest …

How I Would Bail Out the Airlines

How I Would Bail Out the Airlines

There’s been a whole lot of talk about bailout options for the airline industry as our economy grinds to a halt, and naturally, there are differing opinions. There is no question in my mind that a bailout is necessary, but I would structure it in a way to get money …

Analyzing United’s Schedule Cuts

Analyzing United’s Schedule Cuts

In April of this year, United and United Express were planning to operate 151,861 flights on 1,761 directional routes. (That means both Los Angeles to Newark and Newark to Los Angeles are included separately.) Thanks to this coronavirus, about 10,000 of those will no longer operate, a roughly 7 percent …

Upon Further Review: United Gets the Cranky Jackass Award for Its New Schedule Change Policy

Upon Further Review: United Gets the Cranky Jackass Award for Its New Schedule Change Policy

I was going to write today about the details of United’s big schedule change, but I’m pushing that off. Instead, I’ve decided that there’s more to write around United’s bad schedule change policy revision that I covered yesterday. Originally, I decided that it wasn’t egregious enough to earn the Cranky …

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