Does In-Flight Meal Service Affect Experience?

Does In-Flight Meal Service Affect Experience?

Recent articles from Gary Leff of View From The Wing and Matt Klint of Live and Let’s Fly highlight a growing unease over the future of in-flight meal services. Both discussions revolve around what American Airlines has done to curb their offerings since the pandemic began limiting our mobility. The concern is meals won’t come …

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Why Airline Ticketing Needs An Upgrade

Why Airline Ticketing Needs An Upgrade

Major market disruptions foster fresh ideas. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage especially in the U.S. Air travel demand remains low. This is a perfect time for airlines to consider new, more customer-friendly airfare purchasing options. The old ways of purchasing tickets might not be as customer-centric as they should be. To help bring back …

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Why Masks Are Part Of The Problem

Why Masks Are Part Of The Problem

Airlines are doing everything possible to provide a safe flying environment to encourage stronger demand. The question we have to ask ourselves as potential passengers, is flying right now worth the current COVID policy inconveniences? Yes, wearing a mask is inconvenient. It’s a personal thing and why masks are part of the problem. Which Problem? …

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Pilot Fraud Shatters Our Blinded Trust

Pilot Fraud Shatters Our Blinded Trust

Did you hear about the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) crash that killed 97 onboard on Friday, May 22, 2020? Initial investigations led to suspicion of pilot error. Deeper probes revealed a much larger, trust-shaking, industry-rattling problem. It’s suspected that upwards of 30% of active pilots in Pakistan have “fake” licenses. As shocking as that sounds, …

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What To Know When Road-Tripping This Summer

What To Know When Road Tripping This Summer

If you’re considering a road trip this summer, be prepared for odd interactions. The U.S. population has a fierce sense of independence. That sense is on full display right now as I learned traveling through Indiana, Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky, and North Carolina. COVID-19 is eliciting a wide swath of behavior from defiance to paranoia. Here’s …

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Airline supply shortages on the horizon

Airline Supply Shortages On The Horizon

Ever since COVID-19 upended the world’s normal cadence, experts have been speculating what the economic recovery will look like. Will it be a U-shape, V-Shape, W-shape, or even L-shape? There could be even more letter graphs not speculated yet. Although F and K are highly unlikely. All sectors within the travel industry are making moves …

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Why Inconvenient Tourism Is The Road Less Traveled

Why Inconvenient Tourism Is The Road Less Traveled

The great race to reopen tourism from months of lock-down has begun. Nations such as Greece, Italy, and Iceland are banging their drums to let the world know they’re ready for your money. Many countries heavily reliant on tourism revenue are hard-selling us to come back as soon as possible. As departing to international destinations …

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