Archive | November, 2007

1106_greyhound.jpg

Not a flying bus

Delta’s new operations chief comes from a bus company and a doughnut maker. And an airline, too,

Continue Reading Comments { 9 }
400px-Toothbrush-20060209.jpg

Mom, Dad: Hi, and please go away

Survey strangeness: folks want relatives to stay at a hotel and not a sofa, the most-missed item ftom your lost luggage and other odd ends

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }
Granada2.jpg

Monarch axes Granada-Gatwick route

Monarch Airlines has come under fire from passengers for axing its Granada-Gatwick route

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }
DG_AGM07_2.jpg

GB in DC, a gumptionary speaking truth to power

Giovanni Bisignani comes to Washington – without timidity.

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }
Ae-crj.jpg

Free the Eagle

American Airlines parent AMR shakes up the scene with word it will divest its American Eagle regional unit.

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }
QatarW450.jpg

Qatar branches into Sweden

Qatar Airways has launched flights to Stockholm Arlanda International airport

Continue Reading Comments { 1 }
Orbitz_Results.jpg

JetBlue breaks another taboo, goes traditional

JetBlue signs up with three big on-line travel agencies, inlcuding Priceline, but it may have been a good deal in an era of slowing Internet sales.

Continue Reading Comments { 1 }
photo-david-cush.jpg

A new Virgin

American’s C. David Cush recruited to follow Fred Reid at Virgin America

Continue Reading Comments { 3 }
1608486.jpg

Sturm, drang, but no storms

Thanksgiving was no horror story – unless you were a TV crew looking for horror stories.

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }
byrd_floor_small.jpg

Elders and leaders

The longest-serving senator in US history – and the legislator who made airline deregulation possible – marks his nintieth birthday.

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }