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Economics of Air Travel Catching Up to Pilots

Which requires more skill, safely piloting a regional puddle jumper, mostly manually and at low altitude, or flying a jumbo 747 transatlantic from London to New York City? Following the recent Air France pilot strike, members on the Business Traveller forums engage in a fascinating discussion about the value of pilots, and their short- and…

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From Sucky to Suckier – Intra-European Business Class

British Airways announced some time back that it was reconfiguring its Club Europe (aka European Business Class) seats to remove 4″ of legroom, “without compromising space or comfort”. Rather a miraculous accomplishment if it is to be believed. Of course, it is not.

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