Virgin Galactic already has about 700 customers willing to pay $250,000 for a 90-minute flight. That’s remarkable, right? Continue reading Virgin Galactic Could Fly Customers to Space as Soon as This Year
Enterprise said it will launch a vehicle subscription service sometime in the next month.
Continue reading Enterprise starting vehicle subscription service
JetBlue today announced that delivery of the airline’s first Airbus A321neo (new engine option) aircraft is set for this spring with entry into service this summer. Continue reading JetBlue Prepares for First Airbus A321neo Delivery
United Airline’s is becoming the latest airline to make it harder for frequent flyers to plan how many miles they will need to book an award flight. For flights on and after November 15, 2019, the United Airlines award charts will no longer be available. United will begin charging variable award prices for United-operated flights instead. You can already see these changes for flights on and after November 15, 2019.
Virgin Atlantic has had a reputation for cool since the 1980s. But here’s the reality: In recent years, Virgin has been a lot like most airlines. We’ll see if this new cabin helps the airline get its swagger back. Continue reading Virgin Atlantic Refreshes Business Class for Newest Airbus Jets
With hardly any fanfare other than a press release, American Airlines this week rolled out a new addition to its fleet—the Airbus A321neo. Continue reading American Airlines Discreetly Introduces New Plane
Almost two weeks after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grounded all Boeing 737 MAX jets, and still without a clear timeline for them to go back into service, airlines are still dealing with the impact. Continue reading Boeing 737 MAX Update: Flight Cancellations Continue for American Airlines, Southwest
Overall it’s not a huge deal, but we all know that the fewer hurdles put in front of travelers, the more traveling they’ll do. Continue reading U.S. Citizens Will Soon Need Visas to Visit Most of Europe