2 Links I Love and an Update I Don’t: EVA Fines, O’Leary Sounds Off, Heathrow Blocked Again

2 Links I Love and an Update I Don’t: EVA Fines, O’Leary Sounds Off, Heathrow Blocked Again

Sorry to disappoint you, but there’s no featured link this week. See, I didn’t think it was worth a full post to update you on what happened with Cranky Concierge’s massive $6,500 bill from EVA Air, so I figured I’d just drop it in here as an update. (Read Read the post

With Designs on London, JetBlue Continues to Hammer at Heathrow Access

With Designs on London, JetBlue Continues to Hammer at Heathrow Access

Rumors continue to swirl about what exactly will be announced at JetBlue’s employee meeting on April 10, but many are speculating that the airline will finally announce long-expected new service across the Atlantic. While people ponder what’s to come, JetBlue’s lawyers have been working furiously, pounding on the US … Read the post

3 Links I Love: Airline CEOs Gather in Sydney, Heathrow Steps Ahead, Elite Airways

3 Links I Love: Airline CEOs Gather in Sydney, Heathrow Steps Ahead, Elite Airways

This week’s featured link:
So Long, Sydney: Take-Aways From IATA’s Meeting of World’s Airline ExecsStuck at the Airport
I’ve still never been to IATA’s annual general meeting (AGM), because there always seems to be some kind of conflict. One day I hope to go since it’s quite the … Read the post

It’s Time for Musical Airlines at London/Heathrow as the Queen’s Terminal Prepares to Open

It’s Time for Musical Airlines at London/Heathrow as the Queen’s Terminal Prepares to Open

In 2008, I wrote a post about the massive airline moves being made at London’s Heathrow Airport when British Airways opened its new Terminal 5. Now, it’s time to do it all over again, just on a slightly smaller scale. We’re only a couple of weeks away from the … Read the post

The Painfully Slow Process to Expand London Airports Continues to be Painfully Slow

The Painfully Slow Process to Expand London Airports Continues to be Painfully Slow

If you were to pick the least friendly government when it came to aviation, you’d probably settle on the United Kingdom. On the one hand, it has absurdly high taxes, but on the other hand it refuses to spend that tax revenue on actually improving the infrastructure needed to support … Read the post

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