I know I’m behind on lots of important news right now but you’re going to have to wait just a bit longer. I’m off for the next couple days to experience one of the last true “milk run” routes still flying in the world, the famed Island Hopper. The route was operated by Air Micronesia starting in the last 60s and continues to be the only air service to the outside world at some of the stops. It is also a 14ish hour ride in a 737-800 from Honolulu to Guam, a trip which takes about 8 hours when flown nonstop.
Even better is that I’m continuing on to Hong Kong from there where a group of us currently represents all the seats in the first class cabin and the upgrade waitlist. That should be entertaining.
So, anyways, I’ll catch up with y’all eventually but in the mean time I’ll be sharing the Island Hopper experience on Twitter under the @Airchive account and occasionally under my @WanderngAramean account as well.
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