3 Links I Love: Brexit’s Impact, O’Hare Terminal Plans, Flying Air France La Premiere

3 Links I Love: Brexit’s Impact, O’Hare Terminal Plans, Flying Air France La Premiere

This week’s featured link:

Statement: Current Flights Protected, but Future Growth at Risk from No Deal BrexitIATA
Curious what the real impact of Brexit would be on flights if there’s no deal? IATA lays it out clearly. There is little impact on the US, but between the UK … Read the post

Chicago O’Hare Takes Steps Toward the Future With Massive Expansion That American Can’t Derail

Chicago O’Hare Takes Steps Toward the Future With Massive Expansion That American Can’t Derail

There aren’t a lot of airports in the US that do a good job of thinking about the future. Sure, some airports can pretty up their terminals (that’s you, JFK, LaGuardia, LAX, San Francisco), but few if any also adequately prepare for future runway needs. Chicago’s O’Hare is one that … Read the post

An In-Depth Look at How Airlines Handled the Weather in New York and Chicago

An In-Depth Look at How Airlines Handled the Weather in New York and Chicago

I’ve had a few notes and comments come in regarding how one airline handled the bad weather last week versus another airline. There’s no question that the airlines handled things differently, and for that reason, I thought it would be fun to walk through how it went. (Warning: Excel wonkiness … Read the post

JetBlue Surprises in Chicago

JetBlue Surprises in Chicago

JetBlue has been trying to fly to Chicago for a long time, but their inability to get gate space and slots at O’Hare meant they weren’t able to start flying unless they settled for another area airport (Midway, Gary). Clearly they were unwilling to do so, and they really stepped … Read the post

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