Five flights. Four aircraft types. Two airlines. Two maintenance bases. Two catering kitchens. One hotel. One farm (yes, a farm). One flight training center. One airline headquarters. One medical center. And I just missed a traditional village. In 72 hours, I had the chance to experience all of this with … Read the post
Airlines can accidentally file the wrong fares. I should know, since I’ve personally done it twice. That’s fine, people make mistakes, but it’s the recovery that counts. The recovery from the latest mistake, Korean filing a sub-$500 fare from the US to Palau, is a great example of good intentions … Read the post
Remember that whole strategy from LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa about airport regionalization? Well, it took yet another step backward yesterday with the recommendation of the Burbank airport authority to enact a hard curfew (via this excellent Airliners.net thread).
You can guess where this is coming from – the surrounding … Read the post