Saturday, 04 July 2020 / Published in Blog
Many of you have asked whether Cranky Dorkfest will still be happening on September 12 or not. Just this week NYCAviation canceled its #SpotLAX2020 that weekend, so I figured the time was right for an update. Cranky Dorkfest is not canceled… yet. The way I see it, this event started … Read the post
Friday, 03 July 2020 / Published in Blog
The simple answer is, yes … and no. Here’s the full story. First crewlife is different from the average work life, for a couple reasons. First, when crews show up “at work,” the first thing they do is scatter to the four winds. No boss, no supervision, no oversight–gone. I always liked that aspect of
Friday, 03 July 2020 / Published in Blog
While most airlines continue to hack away at short-term schedules in this uncertain time, American has given us a glimpse of what things will look like next year. Yesterday, the airline put out its plan for long-haul flying through summer of 2021, and there are some big changes in … Read the post
Wednesday, 01 July 2020 / Published in Blog
I mentioned yesterday that Alaska’s completion factor in the last week had suffered because it had pulled back from operating capacity it recently added. Specifically, spokesperson Ray Lane told me this: There are a few different factors driving [Alaska and Horizon] completion rates below where we’d like them to be … Read the post