What American would do with its widebody fleet has been top of mind for a whole lot of people lately. In the last couple of weeks, the airline broke off negotiations with Airbus for the A330neo as a replacement for its orphaned A350 order, so it was pretty much a … Read the post
This week’s featured link:
Qantas flights direct from London to Perth – we reveal the hell of flying non-stop 17 hours from Australia in economy on the UK’s longest route – The Sun
We have a theme this week, and it’s all about really long flights. Forget the stupid click-bait … Read the post
There’s been plenty of talk about how the 787 is going to provide all kinds of opportunity for airlines to do new and cool things, but if you want to see it in action, look no further than United. The airline has found the 787 to be versatile enough that … Read the post
Three New 787 Routes—And Why You Should Care – Conde Nast Daily Traveler
After a rough start, the 787 is now being used as it should be – to open up new and interesting routes.
In the Trenches: Building a Business With Less of Me – Intuit Small Business Blog… Read the post
The 787 Dreamliner Is Back: Where and When You Can Fly on One – Conde Nast Daily Traveler
Here’s a roundup of when the 787 will be going back into service with various airlines.
In the Trenches: The Virtual Phone System Scramble – Intuit Small Business Blog
Our phone system … Read the post
What If You Have a Ticket on a 787 Dreamliner? Airlines’ Back-Up Plans – Conde Nast Daily Traveler
I put together a little summary of how airlines are dealing with the 787 grounding. Of course, that changes by the minute as the grounding stretches further.
The 787 is still grounded (at least, it was when I wrote this). But let’s say that the aircraft is deemed fit to fly once again and the problems are fixed. Would you feel safe flying on one? Or do you still have concerns? If it’s the latter, what has … Read the post