Here’s a creepy thread from airliners.net for you.
The original post, which was made on November 30, 2000, asked what the chances are that the World Trade Center could survive a 767-300 ramming into it. Reading through the responses make you realize how much the world of flying has changed. … Read the post
It sounds like some bad news is on the horizon for all the potential airline mergers out there. Rep. James Oberstar (D-MN) has publicly come out against all major airline mergers. Normally, that wouldn’t matter, but Oberstar is the next chairman of the House Committee on Commerce and Transportation, so … Read the post
Some of the JetBlue veterans may remember the dreaded row 27 from a few years ago. On the A320s, row 27 was the very last row. It was right in front of the lavs, it didn’t recline, and it had a slightly less amount of legroom. Customers complained enough that … Read the post
Having trouble finding a reliable way to get to Iraq these days? Well, fret no more. Austrian Airlines is here to help.
I’m sure by now most people realize that there are plenty of firms who care about the websites you visit. Some companies, like Compete, have made a business of it. There’s some pretty cool info out there, but you need to be careful what you take from it.
First we had eos and MAXjet, then Silverjet was announced, and now we have the oh so simply named:
L’Avion (which means “The Airplane” in French), is going to begin daily all business-class flights between Paris/Orly and Newark with 100 seat 757s (that’s about half … Read the post
United employees were given a sneak preview of what to expect with the airline’s new international First Class seat in an internal communication today. There is a lot of fluff in there (“The whole First Class experience is being developed to be industry-leading” . . . blah blah blah), so … Read the post