No, I’m not talking about Eminem. This time it’s Aerocalifornia that has risen from the dead.
You might remember them as the airline that shut down in April after angering the Mexican government. It’s unclear exactly what happened, but it seems like they were deemed … Read the post
I must admit I was truly surprised that this hadn’t happened already. Northwest and Air France will finally start codesharing on each other’s flights from September 2.
Northwest fans will know that Northwest and KLM have been tied at the hip for years. In fact, … Read the post
Yet another example of people overreacting to “suspicious-looking” people on a plane once again highlights the broken security system protecting our skies.
In this round, Monarch flight 613 traveling from Malaga to Manchester (England) found its passengers walking off the plane before departure because of … Read the post
I have yet to fly in the new liquid-free era (that’ll be next week), but I’ve had quite a few friends who have. Of course, I’ve asked them all what they thought about the new “dry cabin” rules, and every single one has said they actually like it.
The ruling just came down today . . . . Northwest flight attendants will be permitted to strike on August 25. The union came out with a release saying that the ball is now in Northwest’s court. If no agreement can be reached, they will being CHAOS (random, unannounced mini-strikes) … Read the post
Air Berlin, which has quietly become one of Europe’s largest low cost carriers, announced today they’ve acquired primarily domestic German airline dba.
dba is one of those wayward airlines that has drifted from owner to owner over the years. Originally, it was Deutsche BA, owned … Read the post
As the news coverage has died down here in the US, most people have probably forgotten about the plight of London-bound travelers. But last night as I sat in LAX’s Encounter restaurant (that big spider-looking thing), I saw Virgin’s 520p Heathrow departure head to the runway after its 850p departure, … Read the post
Boeing says they’ve finished reviewing their Connexion inflight internet service, and they’ve decided to shutter the whole project.
In the short term, this is a bummer for customers of Lufthansa, SAS, ANA, Japan Airlines, and Singapore Airlines because they will now be internet-less. Those were … Read the post