3 Links I Love: Extending the Security Perimeter, Microbursts, Flying Russian Aircraft

3 Links I Love: Extending the Security Perimeter, Microbursts, Flying Russian Aircraft

This week’s featured link:
After Istanbul terror attack, should U.S. airport screening be done off site?Chicago Tribune
No. Next question?

Links I Love

Two Three for the road:
A Very-Good-News Story: Microbursts and U.S. AviationWunderBlog (Thanks to @ElieBilmes)
I still get anxious … Read the post

Cranky on the Web – Eliminating Turbulence, Planning a Company Retreat

Cranky on the Web – Eliminating Turbulence, Planning a Company Retreat

Altitude AdjustmentAPEX Experience Magazine
This was really fun to research. I looked into the different technologies being used to help eliminate turbulence. Pretty fascinating stuff, actually.

In the Trenches: Planning a Company RetreatSmall Business Center
It’s time for our annual Cranky … Read the post

Cranky on the Web – SkyMall Goes Down, Monstrous Blizzards, Cleveland, and Snail Mail

Cranky on the Web – SkyMall Goes Down, Monstrous Blizzards, Cleveland, and Snail Mail

It was a busy week on the web…

SkyMall Lands in Bankruptcy as Air Travelers Shun CatalogBloomberg
SkyMall is bankrupt and Bloomberg asked me why. You probably can figure it out without my help.

Winter storm Juno impacts Southern California travelInland 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

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