Breaking: United to Purchase New 767s? Boeing to Restart Production of Retired Jet?

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that United is considering replacing some of their older 767s which are currently flown on transatlantic and South American routes with brand new B767 jets. The average age of United’s current 767 fleet is about 20-years-old. This would be a huge win for Boeing who ended production of their…

Continue Reading »

Plane Weird! Passengers Share Pics of Strangest Things Witnessed During a Flight

This list comes courtesy of notorious barefoot passenger shaming site PassengerShaming and The Daily Mail. They asked people to share the strangest things they’ve encountered while flying. There’s the always famous picture of the unruly passenger on a KEF-JFK flight who was restrained and gagged with duct tape as well as the man who brought 80…

Continue Reading »

Marriott CEO: Puerto Rico Hotels to Be Closed for Extended Period, Trump Hurting US Travel Business & Jobs

Arne Sorenson, Marriott CEO, attended Yahoo Finance’s All Markets Summit last week. He answered a broad range of questions, though two of the more interesting takeaways concern Marriott properties in Puerto Rico and the health of the US travel business. The CEO notes that many Marriott properties in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean will be…

Continue Reading »