Passenger Talk

JetBlue Expands Mint to Seattle, Las Vegas, More Caribbean Destinations

July 17, 2017 Max Trimm 0

Monday morning, New York-based JetBlue Airways announced expansion plans for it’s “Mint” product, a premium experience created to rival the transcontinental first classes of legacy carriers such as American’s specialized transcontinental fleet of Airbus A321’s, […]

Flyer Talk

Travel Update: US Electronics Ban Lifted from Etihad, Emirates, Turkish flights

July 6, 2017 Nick McGowan 0

Multiple news agencies and airlines have announced that strengthened security procedures at airports across the Middle East have led toward airlines having the United States’ electronics ban being lifted on their flights. Etihad Airways was […]

Flyer Talk

The Next-Generation on Southwest: San Francisco – Phoenix – San Francisco

May 9, 2017 Hub Writers 0

In this trip report, our writer Harrison F compares Southwest’s products on their Boeing 737-700s and Boeing 737-800s. Southwest Flight 1758: San Francisco International Airport to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Boeing 737-800SSW N8694E L/N 6013 […]

Flyer Talk

Major Airlines Are Squeezing Extra Seats Into Their Boeing 777’s

March 29, 2017 Hub Writers 0

Major airlines are condensing their Boeing 777 economy cabins to 10 abreast seating for increased profits and to better compete with rivals. Emirates, American Airlines, Air France, and more are introducing this cramped configuration. By […]