Frontier Takes a Stab a November, Delta Swings at the Competition, and United Whacks International

Frontier Takes a Stab a November, Delta Swings at the Competition, and United Whacks International

Happy Monday, everyone. It was a quiet week in Airlineland as most residents stayed behind the scenes working on future plans, but that didn’t stop the Animal from putting out a first stab at November plans.

Meanwhile, the Eagle made a couple minor but possibly … Read the post

Cranky on the Web: Recovery Thoughts, Frontier’s Middle Seat, Air Canada’s Refund Refusal, Change Fees

Cranky on the Web: Recovery Thoughts, Frontier’s Middle Seat, Air Canada’s Refund Refusal, Change Fees

I sat down with Courtney Miller for a 35 minute discussion that ranged from Hawaii’s uniqueness to through on the recovery. Come on, you know you were just looking for a good way to kill 35 minutes this weekend. Here you go.

Q&A: Why some Read the post

Southwest Struggles With Denied Boardings, But Others Are Worse

Southwest Struggles With Denied Boardings, But Others Are Worse

Yesterday I wrote about the denied boarding trends at Alaska, American, Delta, and United. Today, I’m going to start with Southwest and work my way through the rest of the branded airlines that report their numbers.

If you’re comparing to yesterday, remember that these … Read the post

3 Links I Love: Frontier’s Ever-Changing Network, Boeing Targets the A330neo, Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum

3 Links I Love: Frontier’s Ever-Changing Network, Boeing Targets the A330neo, Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum

This week’s featured link:
Travelers air frustration over changes by Frontier AirlinesNewsday
Frontier is exceedingly quick at moving in and out of markets if they don’t work well. There is always backlash, and I find myself wondering about the long-term implications of all these changes. If someone lives … Read the post

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