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Guest Post : Does JetBlue Think Its CEO Talks To Much?

Today’s post on Flying With Fish is from Seth Miller, author of The Wandering Aramean (also a BoardingArea blog). When Seth is actually home in New York City, rather than sitting in a seat flying somewhere, he builds some fantastic tools for travelers, such as a Mileage Run Calculator, a Flexible Fare Search, an Airline…

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JetBlue Pays Homage To TWA Once Again At JFK

It has been said that the only way to rebuild something is to tear it down.   This happens time and time again, often leaving the past as a memory without any thought to those that came before you, however JetBlue has honoured its predecessor at its home airport, New York’s JFK International Airport, by keeping…

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Versihold : An iPhone Travel Essential

How to hold your iPhone while watching a movie on a flight … it’s a problem that has plagued users since all the way back to June 29 2007 (OK, its not that long ago) … but now there is a solution that is better than most others. The Versihold Personal Media Stand is an…

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Guest Post : Steven “Slip and Slide” Slater’s Great Escape!

Today’s guest post is from Phil Derner, Jr, the founder of NYC Aviation, a serious airplane spotting enthusiast group in New York and fantastic online community to discuss airlines and airplanes.   Phil, and his partner in crime Matt Molnar can be found on Twitter at @NYCAviation The big news in the airline world this week…

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Reader Mail : “What’s the difference between a code share & interline?”

This week’s reader mail comes from Annette up in Canada. Annette asks “What’s the difference between a code share and interline agreement between airlines?” Annette, in fact, a code-share and an interline agreement are quite different. I can go into depth, but that really doesn’t help travelers all that much … so I’ll stick with…

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iPhone App Of The Week : iPhone Optimized Sites (OK, they are not really Apps)

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 3/12/2009 – iPhone App Of The Week : iPhone Optimized Sites (OK, they are not really Apps) When most folks think of iPhone Apps they tend to strictly think of applications developed for the iPhone. The upside to many Apps is that they can operate without being connected to the…

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Guess who co-authored the “First comprehensive Guide to Airline Social Media strategies”

Web: www.twitter.com/flyingwithfish — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 08/09/2009 – Guess who co-authored the “First comprehensive Guide to Airline Social Media strategies” …well the full headline from the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation as of right now is “First comprehensive Guide to Airline Social Media strategies released” Still taking a guess at who co-authored it? If you guessed…

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What Is A Low Cost Carrier?

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 29/06/2009 –What Is A Low Cost Carrier? It is not often I set off to write a post on Flying With Fish where I ask a question that I not only don’t have an answer to, but haven’t the slightest idea how define an answer. As the line between full-service…

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The Demise Of Airline Service & The Personal Touch

Web: www.twitter.com/flyingwithfish — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 23/06/2009 – The Demise Of Airline Service & The Personal Touch Today’s Flying With Fish post on the demise of airline service, and the death of the Golden Era of Flying is a detailed discussion of the success and failure of certain airlines, running about 26 minutes long…and it can’t…

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