How’s this for an AvGeek irony: it’s hard to planespot from a plane. Sure, while you’re on the ground there’s tons of aircraft around. But once you’re in the sky you’re zooming by other planes so rarely — and so quickly — that it’s hard to catch any of them. But one recent flight I took was a fun exception to that rule. Thanks to a winter wave of employee COVID infections and a high-profile system meltdown, Jetblue had a tough past year from an operational perspective. But they rebounded from those issues, and their onboard economy product still shines strong — especially the free high-speed inflight internet (“Fly-Fi”). Fly-Fi is one of JetBlue’s major points of differentiation, and they know it To minimize touch points in the C...
louise.rudkin: "Reposting some of my favourite TC memories 🛬 two years ago today I was offered the job at Thomas Cook and I remember crying as I was so happy! It was the best job I’ve ever had and I’m still so sad that it’s over. I met the best people and had the most fun with my pals. I miss gossiping on night flights when everyone else was asleep, flying over London at night time (and hearing the important words: 10 mins till landing!!) and going into the flight deck and seeing views you don’t usually get to see. I can’t wait to get back flying this year - the world looks better from above! 🌍 ✈️" ©️📸@louise.rudkin Source
WASHINGTON DC Dulles Airport report. Source