Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to check a heavy winter coat at your departing airport when flying to tropical destinations? Can fliers fine a taste of home at airports? It depends on in what airports they search. And, what makes a “Great Place”? We see survey and use the words themselves, but never really think of criteria. Here is a checklist.
Do you plan to travel between Paris and Barcelona? If so, there’s a newly launched option for people who want to take the train rather than sitting in airports and in planes. Beginning December 15th, 2013, you’ll be able to travel by a double-decker high speed TGV train between the two cities in just under six-and-a-half hours.
Qantas cuts 1000 jobs, mulls future of Jetstar and frequent flyers Qantas will cut 1000 jobs and will consider selling Jetstar, its low-cost subsidiary as well as its frequent flyer program. After pleading over the last two weeks for financial assistance from the federal government, Qantas said in a profit warning on Thursday that the […]
The House-Senate budget negotiating panel is wheeling and dealing to try and come up with a minimalist solution to sequestration cuts. It seems since taxes, on the Republican side, is a four-letter word and Democrats are dreaming of more revenues to fund an ever-increasing government reaching agreement will not be easy.
Ultimate New Year’s Eve party, airport observation decks, Frontier to become ultra-LCC
A quick trip on Southwest Airlines reminded me of the one thing legacy carriers don’t offer any of their fliers — consistency.
Delta kicks 50 passengers off flight, possible security fee hike, Carnival testing new dining room experience
For just $89 a night, the all-suite hotel in Killeen, Tex., promised Steven Hoybook and his family “European-style luxury” – an offer that seemed too good to pass up.
Amazon’s Prime Air, United completes p.s. redesign, Southwest fined $325,000
Now that the bankruptcy judge has approved the merger of American Airlines and US Airways, the last hurdle is gone and shortly the two airlines will merge. Ned Levi examines who the winners and losers are as the merger is completed.