A new book entitled “Terminal chaos: Why US air travel is broken and how to fix it” is about to hit the shelves.
Penned by two transport analysts, George Donohue and Russell Shaver, the book aims to “arm the flying public with the truth about flight delays” and suggest solutions to air transport woes in the USA, according to a press release that landed in my inbox today.
The book comes out in May, but if you can’t wait that long you can read Chapter One here.
Call me pedantic but I couldn’t help noticing on the first page that the authors refer to Delta Airlines instead of Delta Air Lines and Jet Blue Airlines instead of JetBlue Airways. Surely when writing a book about airlines, you’d make the effort to get their names right!
I haven’t got beyond page one yet but if you spot any further errors – or if you just want to tell me to stop being so pedantic – feel free to leave a comment below.