Upgraded: In-flight magazine verité How about this headline for an inflight magazine: “Live Entertainment in Kabul: Dog Fighting.” Seriously. This is onboard Afghanistan’s Safi Airways, and as their recent WSJ profile makes...

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Categorized in: hotels, JetBlue
09
Aug
2010
Posted by: Mark Ashley

It seems that some flight attendants are mad as hell and not going to take it anymore. And it’s happening on both sides of the pond. In the UK, some representatives of the union representing British Airways flight attendants have apparently...

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Categorized in: British Airways, JetBlue

I sure didn’t see this one coming… American and Jet Blue have signed and interline agreement and will cross-sell each other’s flights in and out of Boston and New York-JFK. Notably, the airlines are not codesharing, and...

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Categorized in: American Airlines, JetBlue

Downgraded: Continental and US Airways add international luggage fees Following in the steps of American Airlines and British Airways, Continental and US Airways have now also added a fee for a second checked bag on international flights. US...

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Downgraded: Checked bags on international American Airlines flights British Airways was the first to do this, but American Airlines wasn’t far behind: Many AA economy-class ticket-holders will no longer have an allowance of two checked bags...

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JetBlue has relaunched its frequent flier program, True Blue, touting a new-and-improved structure. It’s an improvement over the old JetBlue program, and existing JetBlue loyalists will find it an improvement over the old program, but...

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Categorized in: frequent flyer, JetBlue