Did United deny a passenger boarding or refuse them transport? They might sound like the same thing, but the legal argument is important (and nuanced).
My Twitter feed exploded with folks who believe they have all the facts in the horrific situation that evolved on United Flight 3411. Given some of the comments, I thought it was important to clarify a few misunderstandings.
Things get a bit murky for American and Qantas as they prepare to file an application for a joint venture again. If you’re flying on American to/from Australia, here’s what you need to know.
It appears American Airlines may be starting to have problems with their pilot relationship again. The rhetoric hasn’t reached nuclear yet, but I’m thinking it may be getting close to the point where I’ll need to grab some popcorn.
Follow me through this timeline here. Yesterday afternoon there was a bunch of noise about Scott Kirby, the President of American Airlines, apparently jumping ship to United Airlines. That was pretty shocking news given that Scott has been by Doug Parker’s side for over 20 years in the airline industry. I wasn’t the only one talking about it. There were a bunch of other bloggers writing about it. I single out Wandering Aramean and View From The Wing’s posts because I had discussions with both of them while the whole […]