JetBlue’s brilliant idea was to go to college campuses and make students wear blue and yell “Go Blue” to win free plane tickets. Sounds like a … Read the post
Don’t let the title fool you. I’m not going to talk about what everyone else is talking about. Instead, I’m going to talk about one of the more important pieces of election news yesterday.
San Diego’s Proposition A
Sounds sexy and exciting, no? Well, it was actually a bill to … Read the post
There has been growing concern over the environmental impact of aviation over the last few years. As you would probably expect, Europe has seen much more of a focus than the US, but there certainly has been a growing movement here as well. What does this mean for the industry? … Read the post
I know I probably talk too much about US Airways on this blog, but I often find interesting things that they’re doing. One of the biggest sore spots in the merger between US Airways and America West has been the website functionality. After they merged the sites earlier this year, … Read the post
There is a lot of buzz this morning about the new so-called “Silent Aircraft” that was announced by The Cambridge-MIT Institute. Sure, it’s a great idea, but I wouldn’t get too excited just yet.
Buying a plane ticket can be a frustrating experience. As a former airline pricer, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard people complain about how often fares change and how there seems to be no logic involved. Why do they pay more than another person for the same … Read the post
In the past, I’ve discussed how Boeing had decided to shut down it’s Connexion in-flight internet service, but I didn’t mention that while they’re winding it down, it’s completely free to you.