I’ll be celebrating Thanksgiving, so this is my last post of the week. I’ll be back with more on Monday.
You may have noticed I haven’t put up a trip report in awhile. That’s because I just haven’t been traveling, and you know what? It’s been glorious. I broke that … Read the post
This week’s featured link:
Warren Buffett Is Betting the Airline Oligopoly Is Here to Stay – Harvard Business Review
The man who for years publicly cursed the airline industry as not worth investing in has now done an about face. Warren Buffet’s company has recently put a lot of money … Read the post
In-Flight Entertainment Check: What You’ll Get on Each Airline – Conde Nast Daily Traveler
I did a round-up of domestic inflight entertainment options for Conde Nast.
It appears that more cuts are coming at the US Airways (formerly America West) Las Vegas hublet. Over the next few months, we’ll see flights to Calgary, Edmonton, Baltimore, and Portland disappear. But the one that really gets me is the end of Vegas to New York/JFK. To me, this … Read the post
Vegas Hotel Rooms Growing; Flights Shrinking
Hotels rooms in Vegas are growing rapidly but flights are disappearing. How are they going to find enough people to fill all those rooms?
Hawaiian Adds Winglets to Some of Its 767 Fleet
Hawaiian is putting winglets on nearly half its 767 fleet. Why … Read the post
Raise your hand if you’ve heard of MAXjet. Then raise your hand again if you can tell me why airlines can’t just use normal capitalization rules in their names.
If you live in New York, Washington, or London, there’s a good chance you know of them. Otherwise, well, maybe not. … Read the post