3 Links I Love: Brazilian Airlines Get a Lifeline, Cleveland Bounces Back, Tenerife Interview

3 Links I Love: Brazilian Airlines Get a Lifeline, Cleveland Bounces Back, Tenerife Interview

This week’s featured link:
Brazil to raise foreign ownership in local airlinesReuters
Brazil is in a world of hurt. The economy has tanked, air travel demand has dropped, and airline revenues have disappeared. Carriers have slashed service with American most recently announcing it would pull out of Porto …

Announcing the Crankyspotting Dorkfest at LAX September 28… And Dine on a Pan Am 747 That Night

Announcing the Crankyspotting Dorkfest at LAX September 28… And Dine on a Pan Am 747 That Night

I’ve decided to really plan ahead this year. It may only be June, but I’m already setting the date for the annual Crankyspotting Dorkfest at LAX on September 28. This year, it’s a two part event, and I really hope you guys enjoy this. I’m getting excited already.

Part 1

80 Years Ago

80 Years Ago

I’m not quite sure how such an anniversary slipped by so quietly, but a friend of mine just sent me an article that reminded me that this month celebrates 80 years since Pan Am’s inaugural flight.

It was October 18, 1927 that Pan Am’s first flight departed Key West for …

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