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“Holy crap” – I suppose there are better ways to describe the SuperJet’s steep climb. And hey IFEC-ers, I didn’t forget you.
US major airlines are really making a bold effort to try and keep business travelers happy on board their regional feeders. We’ve talked about how some carriers are eyeing up in-flight connectivity for their regional jets, but here is a good look at what American Airlines is doing from an interiors standpoint for road warriors […]
Flightglobal is gearing up for the 2010 Farnborough air show, and plans to cover the event in a very big way. To get the word out, I teamed up with my colleague Jon Ostrower to produce a video about what to expect at the show. This is a still from that effort. Rest assured you’re […]
I’m probably not doing myself or my career any favours by posting this video, but I’m hopeful it helps provide an explanation for why my and Jon’s final video from Paris appears so light and airy, and low on hard news, ahem. I literally had difficulty remembering my name at the end of last week. Sometimes you’ve […]
Final roundup with Flightblogger…this was so much fun! Click the link on the right
Ohhhhh, day 2. What a freaking day! I’m dragging my tail behind me and I’ve still got another full day at the Paris Air Show. But man, is this fun, or what? I teamed up with Flightblogger again for a show wrap-up – and even dragged out our dear plastic friend Stefan the Pilot – for an […]
I teamed up with fellow Flight journalist – and renowned Flightblogger – Jon Ostrower to chat about Day 1 of the Paris air show. Honestly, we’re having too much fun here.
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