Talk about a workhorse of an airplane.
On Friday, Delta finally retired the last of its 737-200 aircraft. You might remember those as being the ones with the really long cigar-shaped, Pratt & Whitney engines that were much louder than the newer versions. I’ll certainly miss that plane.
It’s been rumored for some time that US Airways would be reducing the number of first class seats available on the A321. This aircraft is part of the old US Airways fleet (not America West) and primarily flies transcons (cross country flights) from Philly, Pittsburgh, and Charlotte to the West.… Read the post
Back at the beginning of this year, United and Trans States decided to try a little experiment. United had been performing well at San Antonio. In fact, as recently as a couple years ago they only flew to Denver and Chicago, but they added LAX, SFO, and Washington/Dulles with successful … Read the post
On Monday, both Travelocity and Expedia announced that they’re going to be the first travel sites to save the world. Awwww, how sweeet.
What they’re really doing is partnering with two different types of programs that are dedicated to … Read the post