The Strangely Significant News That You Can Use Your Tech Devices Below 10,000 Feet

The Strangely Significant News That You Can Use Your Tech Devices Below 10,000 Feet

By now, you probably know from the many press releases that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has overturned its decades-old rule banning the use of personal electronics below 10,000 feet. Airlines, notably Delta and JetBlue, have rushed to put this into effect immediately with others following behind. I know … Read the post

Why Changes in Airline Distribution Take So Long – A Look at What the Players Stand to Gain and Lose

Why Changes in Airline Distribution Take So Long – A Look at What the Players Stand to Gain and Lose

Welcome back to the last post of Distribution Week here on The Cranky Flier. I know I’m getting really wonky here, and I apologize for that to my casual traveler readers. But this is something that really interests me, and I wanted to dig in deep. This post was the Read the post

Cape Air’s Reservation System Transition to ITA Was So Good, You Didn’t Know It Even Happened

Cape Air’s Reservation System Transition to ITA Was So Good, You Didn’t Know It Even Happened

All the talk this week has been about United’s massive reservation system transition, but that wasn’t the only move of this type in the last couple weeks. Cape Air made the switch recently to a brand new airline reservation system made by none other than Google’s ITA Software. While … Read the post

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