This weekly post is my ‘round tuit’. Included are stories which caught my eye and others which I couldn’t cover in-depth during the week, but thought Flight Chic readers would want to know about.
From the birds to the birds for the birds.
One of our stories (#16) is really, really, really hot. Read it!
1. There’s a new world’s longest (for now) flight.
2. Airlines adjust to changing US immigration restrictions.
“We play a unique and important role in not only connecting people across America but in bringing cultures and helping united the world” 1/2
— Ryan Ewing (@FlyingHighRyan) January 31, 2017
3. 2016 was a good year for airlines.
…and 2017 is starting out especially well for U.S. airlines
4. BA Crew Strike Again
5. Aer Lingus teases with A350 decor
6. Lufthansa gets a real one.
7. Air France swaps A380s for A350s.
8. Possibly yes.
Is the U.S. airline IT system too fragile? Asking for 3 friends.
— Jon Ostrower (@jonostrower) January 30, 2017
9. Iceland stopover competition.
10. U.S. Airlines will meet with Trump.
They’re meeting a lot. (Deadline to reverse NAI approval elapsed this week.)
11. This to me is a red flag.
12. Growth for Perth
13. Paying for drinks in Economy class is nothing new.
14. About that disappearing IFE…
15. Heathrow plans update
16. Interesting take on Lithium Battery risk from people who really know what they’re talking about.
17. Mapping Carbon Neutral
18. Changi is busy…
19. Zodiac deal is good news for many.
20. There’s an American football thing happening in the U.S.
21. About those falcons…
22. 🙄For the love of Pete.
24. The last word goes to LIFT
Travel & discovery translate into peace & prosperity. At its heart, our work is a celebration of that worthy proposition.
— LIFT StrategicDesign (@lift_aero) February 4, 2017
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