For the purposes of this post, let’s restrict the title question even further. At which international airport is a 35-minute connection from an international flight considered plenty of time?
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Over on FlyerTalk, islandcub1 posted seeking advice as to whether or not he would be better off using miles to book a ticket for his father to be with his dying uncle (his father’s brother), or should he book a bereavement fare. Little did he know the disagreement this would cause.
Two passengers who select the aisle and window seats are acting perfectly within the bounds of acceptable social behavior – so long as those are the seats they actually want to sit in. The problem is that some couples who employ this strategy aren’t content when their plan doesn’t work out quite right.
Why don’t more (any?) of todays airlines move the lavatories to the downstairs cargo hold so that they can add more seats? Inquiring bladders want to know.
An unfortunate flight delay leads to a better understanding of the timing of flight delay announcements and the intricate and byzantine complexity of air crew scheduling and compensation.
When the Hyatt social media team met to decide how they were going to announce the latest Gold Passport promotion, I wonder how those meeting minutes read. My guess would be something like this…
Never before have a I read a trip report in which the reporter describes in the first post his experience with a bad meal, stomach cramps, and a diarrhetic episode in the hotel bed that he felt so embarrassed about he tried to clean it up himself.
How is United’s suit against Skiplagged similar to an event that happened in 2003 to FlyerTalk member chriseng? And will it all matter in the end?
What does it mean to be a hub captive? And how do different travelers deal with the restrictions placed upon them as a result of the captivity?
What is the etymology of the term “pax”, the commonly used shorthand in the airline industry for “passengers”? Finding the answer isn’t as simple as you might think.