Tuesday, 16 November 2021 / Published in Blog
The residents of Airlineville were again busy this week. It seems like they’re hustling to get everything buttoned up before the quiet holiday season arrives. And by that, I mean the quiet holiday “planning” season. The season will be plenty busy in executing those plans… or so we hope they actually execute. The Cirium data
Monday, 15 November 2021 / Published in Blog
Cranky Talk – Airline MELTDOWNS It’s the hot topic these days… will my airline have a meltdown while I’m flying? Normally that’s a silly question, but this year’s choppy recovery has led to a whole lot more trouble than travelers should ever be forced to endure. Dave and I dive into the meltdowns and talk
Sunday, 14 November 2021 / Published in Blog
New Nonstop Flights To Make Your Travels Easier in 2022 – WendyPerrin.comIt’s time for my annual look at interesting new international routes launching next year. This is, of course, a work in progress as airlines continue to reveal their plans. Icelandair of the Pacific? That’s the hope of Northern Pacific Airways – Travel WeeklyI continue
Saturday, 13 November 2021 / Published in Blog
The NTSB found the elevator mechanisms were jammed before the crash of a charter operated McDonnell Douglas MD-87 at Houston Executive last month. The pilots … Read More “Superstar Singer Dies in King Air Crash, FAA Saying Goodbye To “Airmen,” and Avionics Sales Are Boffo” The post Superstar Singer Dies in King Air Crash, FAA