Steve Simmons and his family booked the trip of a lifetime – a South American sailing from Buenos Aires onboard Celebrity Cruises Infinity. The trip was meticulously planned two years in advance and included custom air arrangements. Imagine his dismay one month prior to the cruise to learn the flight schedule had changed separating family members.
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The airlines are at it again. New improved seating is on its way. With no sustained similarity between coach-class seating between the major airlines, other than discomfort, the seat battle in the back of the plane focused on leather for the most part and today thin is in from the airlines’ point of view.
If you’ve ever flown to Hawaii, you’re probably familiar with the “Halfway to Hawaii” game. And OK, at a time when most commercial flights have become something to be endured rather enjoyed, the game has been a little reminder of the days when travel was fun.
The summer vacation season is officially in front of us. Although flights continue to be comparatively cheap, the recession means that many folks will be hitting the road.
At the ATW Eco-Aviation conference in Washington, Air New Zealand revealed its biofuel flight data.