Last week I wrote about how American’s loss of LATAM as a partner wasn’t necessarily a problem from a commercial point-of-view but rather from a strategic and management point-of-view. Today, I’m going to dive deeper into the network to show exactly what I meant. It’s story time, but instead of … Read the post
It’s been a tough few weeks for American without question. After filing for bankruptcy, it’s probably not a surprise that we see airlines trying to take advantage of the situation by moving in on American’s turf. There were three moves last week in particular that seemed to single out American. … Read the post
Everyone remember Lumexis? They’re the guys that showed me their new very light and kind of awesome inflight entertainment system that US Airways tested awhile back. Earlier this week, Lumexis announced that they had signed up their first customer, and I’ve been trying to figure out who it is … Read the post
We got into an off-topic discussion in the comments section of a previous post recently about the latest in the Gol/ExcelAire midair collision in Brazil, and I thought it was worth a closer look. Fortunately, I was able to turn to a pilot friend of mine for an excellent piece … Read the post
Remember, the accident where the Embraer Legacy corporate jet collided with the Gol 737 causing the … Read the post
I’m not sure how many of you are following the aviation scene in Brazil these days, but there have been plenty of developments related to the Gol 737 crash that are enough to frighten anyone.
For those who don’t remember, back on September 29, a Embraer business jet clipped a … Read the post
I’m sitting here at the Eye for Travel conference in Chicago listening to a session talking about blogging, so I thought it would be a great time to use the wi-fi in this frozen room and do a little writing.
The most interesting news today involves the unearthing of details … Read the post