Are the days of Aerolineas Argentinas numbered? Norwegian is now selling seats for its domestic flights there, with service launching mid-October.
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- Primera adds Frankfurt as another base for TATL LCC flights
- United is investing $200 million in Hawaii and appears to be adding westbound redeyes to the islands
- Delta is looking for investors for its Trainer oil refinery operations
- Might PreCheck become Trusted Traveler only? Some Congress-critters want that to happen, but maybe that’s not the true solution
And, as always, the usual ramblings of our intrepid crew.
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You asked for some questions/suggestions. 😉 Could you discuss BA moving LHR catering to DO & Co in a future episode? Is that a sign of BA realizing they’ve cut too much in the premium cabin? Other?
Also would be cool if you guys dug into the partially finished new MEX airport and the referendum that may or may not give the New Mexican president, AMLO the cover to permanently halt construction. Should new public-private expenditure for airport infrastructure go to referenda? Maybe compare MEX to LHR expansion.
Thanks as always for the podcast!
Why are you using a photo of Los Angeles in a story about anything but Los Angeles?
Our post photos are only occasionally tied directly to the topics discussed in the episode. Just good travel shots is what we go for.
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