In this episode:
- Alaska’s “Get the Row with BOGO” program is back for round 2
- Why does industry darling Southwest get its B738 aircraft weights wrong for so long?
- Cleaning robots are now in nightly action on United’s aircraft
- Canada’s Nolinor goes all-in with its new PQ-based airline offering
- Westjet joins a growing list of carriers offering free COVID insurance to its passengers. Not to be outdone, Air Canada quickly follows suit
- 0:36:54 – Waxing philosophy about why people should be tested before they get on a plane
- Air Canada trying to get some revenue by getting an all you can fly deal
- Cathay Pacific follows Air Asia, Qantas, and Thai to offer in-flight meals to locals on the ground
- Flights to nowhere continue to be an Eastern Hemisphere thing. Now Qantas’ future 787 flight to nowhere takes off. Spectacularly
- Who do you think will have a flight to nowhere first in the U.S.?
- Qantas fights for survival and and puts everything on the table
- Finnair makes it easier for its passengers to certify their COVID status. At a price though
- 1:11:00 Why does it take so long to do the testing? Cushrow answers
- Is Pakistan the new “it” destination for UK airlines?