American Airlines has announced their first 787-9 routes, which are also the first routes where we’ll see the new American premium economy product launched.
The rumors are true. See what American Airlines has planned for Premium Economy on international flights. I suspect they won’t be the last of the domestic 3 to announce a product like this. What does it mean for the future of SWUs, upgrades, and domestic first class cabins?
The 747 once ruled the international skies, dating back to global behemoths like Pan Am. Here’s an interesting look at Virgin’s fleet and game plan now that the 747s, a plane they’ve flown since the birth of their airline 30 years ago, are no longer in the picture.
Lots going on this week, including new developments in DOT regs on mistake fares, info on where United is putting its 787-9s into service, Disney World tips and Starwood’s summer promotion.