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Never Pack Meds & Be At The Gate On Time – Lessons From Silent Bob

Earlier this month Actor and Director Kevin Smith, known for his portrayal of the character ‘Silent Bob‘ in a string of movies, had what can be described as an ‘incident’ with Virgin America.  You can read about this ‘incident’ here – Silent Bob Gets Loud About Missing A Flight While Mr. Smith’s entire issue with…

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Silent Bob Gets Loud About Missing A Flight

Actor and Director Kevin Smith (widely known for his portrayal of Silent Bob in a slew of movies) has had a rough year with airlines. Earlier this year, back in February, Smith had a run in with Southwest Airlines, when the airline enforced its “Customer of Size Policy,” which it has had in place for…

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Happy Fourth Of July … The Airline Geek Way

Today is the 4th of July, as every American knows today is the day we celebrate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence and our freedom from Great Britain. On this, the 234th Anniversary of the United States declaring its freedom from the British Crown, I take a bit of amusement in finding the most…

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Guest Posts From My Favourite Bloggers : Dan Webb – The Next Future CEO of Some Airline Somewhere

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 23/09/2009 – Guest Posts From My Favourite Bloggers : Dan Webb – The Next Future CEO of Some Airline Somewhere As a photographer, traveller and airline industry geek there are a few blogs I read on a daily basis. With the broad range of readers that Flying With Fish attracts…

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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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Airlines That Embrace Twitter & Why It Can Be A Valuable Tool For Them

Web: www.twitter.com/flyingwithfish — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 21/04/2009 – Airlines That Embrace Twitter & Why It Can Be A Valuable Tool For Them –DUE TO THE NUMBERS ON TWITTER CHANGING CONSTANTLY ALL INFORMATION IS VALID AS OF 12:04PM EST (GMT -5) ON 22-APRIL-2009– With airlines continuing to lose money, the global economy in decline and competition for…

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US-Australia Fare Wars : Can Four Airlines Survive The Routes?

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 7/02/2009 – US-Australia Fare Wars : Can Four Airlines Survive The Routes? Starting in February the lucrative marketing between California and Australia will begin a competitive shift that will again take another shift on the 1st of July. Come February 28th the link between Los Angeles (LAX) and Sydney (SYD),…

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More JFK-LAX Options Coming Soon!

Web: www.fishfoto.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 29/01/2009 – More JFK-LAX Options Coming Soon! In the United States there are two highly competitive domestic routes that airlines go head to head on multiple times per day.  These routes are profitable, often have very high passenger loads, are a constant source of last minute business traffic and leisure…

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Why Is A Cactus Pushing From The Gate? : Airport Radio Jargon

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 30/12/2008 – Why Is A Cactus Pushing From The Gate? : Airport Radio Jargon Late last week I received an e-mail from a reader of Flying With Fish trying to understand what they were listening to on United Airlines‘ Channel 9.   Passengers who fly United Airlines can listen to the…

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Virgin Inches Closer To Completely Circling The Globe

Web: www.comeflywithfish.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 03/12/2008 – Virgin Inches Closer To Completely Circling The Globe Currently only one airline can take passengers completely around the world, Air New Zealand.   Singapore Airlines is close, but leaves passengers 37 miles short of completing a full round-the-world journey. For those adventurers who want to span the globe, travel…

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