Surprisingly, it has been a year since I was last in Chicago (excluding layovers, of course). This past week was the Eye for Travel conference in the city, so I took the opportunity to go a little early, observe the Jewish holiday Yom Kippur with friends, and then schedule a … Read the post
US Airways is the official airline of the Philadelphia Eagles, and since the airline seems to enjoy painting every single plane in a different livery, they decided to honor the team with a jet of their own. Oh, and I’m not complaining. I love these things.
The British Isles are abuzz today with Ryanair’s announcement that they want to buy Aer Lingus, Ireland’s national airline.
You may know Ryanair as the largest low cost carrier in Europe. They’re famous for their extremely low fares (sometimes, free) and their crazy PR stunts. … Read the post
And the fight goes on. For a brief refresher on my fight over guaranteed airfare, read this post. Now, US Airways has responded with this:
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I have pulled the information online regarding our Guaranteed Air Fare policy. Please visit: http://www.usairways.com/awa/content/travelplanning/ticketingpolicies/default.aspx
Guaranteed Air Fare
If you read the newspaper, watch tv, or have any other connection with the outside world, you probably know that Sir Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin empire (including Virgin Atlantic Airways), is pretty good at drawing attention to himself (look left). This week, it was plastered all over the … Read the post
The first day of operation for anything as complex as an airport is bound to have problems. Surprisingly, Bangkok’s new airport – Suvarnabhumi (pronounced, I’m told, su wanna poom) – didn’t have too many big problems.
The biggest problem from the first day of … Read the post