Who doesn’t like low prices? I know I do. But I also know with low prices, there is probably a “catch,” or I might not get the same experience as if I paid more elsewhere. This concept seems to be pretty simple to understand (the whole...Show More Summary
We know MH370 was suddenly taken off course. This theory doesn't involve rogue pilots, but bad luck and several design flaws The post Researcher suggests another brief but fiery cause for MH370’s disappearance appeared first on Plane Talking.
The close up cameras are being readied for a final look at anomalous sonar contacts in the MH370 priority sea floor search zone The post MH370 ocean floor search completion slips by up to two months appeared first on Plane Talking.
Let’s get something out of the way. I am not a United fan. In fact, I have said numerous times that all things equal, I’d rather fly Spirit. Why do I bring this up? Because after using United’s MileagePlus X App for a year, I’m starting to come around. Show More Summary
The flight that was cancelled in the previous blog entry is back on again, but there's a new weather puzzle to solve. The scud is still present in the low terrain, but this time the air is stable, only trace icing expected. The clouds only go up to ten thousand, so I can climb through them and fly on top with no fancy routing. Show More Summary
Gradually, but at a civilised pace, urgency over the lethal potential of the Samsung device is creeping up on Australia's air safety regulator The post Qantas, Virgin prohibit Samsung Galaxy Note 7s, but issues remain appeared first on Plane Talking.
On the 7th of September 2016, SimpliFlying held its annual Airline Marketing Innovation Lab and Awards at the Business Design Centre in London. The SimpliFlying Lab is designed to enable airline professionals to share the challenges they face with fellow practitioners, and with the help of subject matter experts, find solutions to those challenges. Show More Summary
How the ATSB expunges the shame of its original and highly unprofessional inquiry into the Pel-Air ditching remains to be seen The post After almost 7 years Pel-Air crash scandal lurches toward finality appeared first on Plane Talki...
Tigerair gives Jetstar eight months notice it is filling a hole in its network The post Tigerair to add Perth-Brisbane to low fare network appeared first on Plane Talking.
Virgin and its China partners announced Beijing flights in 2017 earlier this year but still have nothing on sale on the route The post Qantas outflanks Virgin Australia by resuming Beijing flights appeared first on Plane Talking.
With the benefit of hindsight Cathay Pacific seems to have prepared for this news for weeks The post Cathay Pacific in profit crisis warning appeared first on Plane Talking.
Xiamen Airlines launched its Xiamen-Shenzhen-Seattle service on Sept. 26, creating both the first long-haul route from Xiamen to the United States and the first direct service to the States from the Chinese city of Shenzhen. We were there to welcome the inaugural flight. Show More Summary
Autumn is settling in, but company wants me to go north. The weather is actually better in the north as a ridge of high pressure is pushing in from the territories, but the south is nasty, cold and rainy. The clouds and weather pages...Show More Summary
The bush gets its beef to Hong Kong fresher and cheaper as Cathay Pacific lays on a 747-8F for Wellcamp The post Queensland gets breakthrough 747-8F service for new country airport appeared first on Plane Talking.
This looks like a case of everyone doing the right thing The post Is a witch hunt over the SingaporeAir tailstrike at Melbourne OK? appeared first on Plane Talking.
The single aisle market is morphing into something very different to the earlier expectations of Airbus and Boeing The post Airbus has an MoM, and it will drive Asia Pacific changes appeared first on Plane Talking.
It’s not often that we here at AirlineReporter review hotels. In fact, a property must be exceedingly special to attract our attention. Take, for example, prime PlaneSpotting properties like the AvGeek favorite Renaissance Concourse Hotel in Atlanta, or equally impressive Fairmont Vancouver Airport. Show More Summary
This does support the notion of a high speed cartwheel into the sea by MH370 The post ATSB identifies first fragment of left hand MH370 wing appeared first on Plane Talking.
Outlook Report 2017 revealed 5 key insights about future and the present of airline social media strategy. However, some of the insights from the Outlook Survey, though important, were not published in the report. One such insight is the regional differences among airlines’ social media resourcing, objectives and challenges. Show More Summary
Perhaps the ATSB will report on last month's Qantas emergency at Shanghai more promptly than its struggles with the insuperable issues arising from the Pel-Air ditching off Norfolk Island seven years ago The post Qantas emergency in Shanghai not on ATSB site (yet) appeared first on Plane Talking.