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Why Does Alitalia Grant Elite Frequent Flyer Status For Only 18 Days?

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 15/06/2009 – Why Does Alitalia Grant Elite Frequent Flyer Status For Only 18 Days? Over the past year I have frequently commented on Alitalia, the Italian national airline. Alitalia’s death has been predicted time and time again, and while I am one of the few who seems to see the…

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Flying With Alitalia & In The Field Airline Research

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 29/03/2009 – Flying With Alitalia & In The Field Airline Research Over the past few months I have frequently written about the Italian National Flag Carrier, Alitalia Airlines. For those of you who have missed my postings on Alitalia, in short the airline was on the brink of collapse; the…

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The New Alitalia Is Nearly Two Months Old…Is It Going The Right Way?

Web: www.twitter.com/flyingwithfish — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 06/03/2009 – The New Alitalia Is Nearly Two Months Old…Is It Going The Right Way? The merger of Alitalia and Air One is now nearly two months old. Despite the merger, the massive cash infusion, the sale of Alitalia Cargo and Air France-KLM‘s investment in the airline, the path Alitalia…

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A New Year & Alitalia’s Chance At Rebirth

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 2/1/2009 – A New Year & Alitalia’s Chance At Rebirth I ended the year discussing Alitalia, so I figured it was only logical to start the year discussing Alitalia. On the 13th of January the sun will rise of Rome, and Alitalia (AZ) Flight #611 departing New York’s JFK International…

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An Alitalia Christmas : Can Alitalia Save Its Self From Alitalia?

Web:  www.stevenfrischling.com – E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 25/12/2008 – An Alitalia Christmas : Can Alitalia Save Its Self From Alitalia? Weather delays and cancellations wreaked havoc on flyers in North America in the days leading up to Christmas. Chicago O’Hare (ORD) once again proved unreliable canceling more than 650 flights over two days, however none of this…

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Watching An Airline Die A Slow Death : Alitalia’s Almost Certain Failure

Web: www.fishfoto.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 22/09/2008 – Watching An Airline Die A Slow Death : Alitalia’s Almost Certain Failure I have been following what I believed to be Alitalia’s almost certain demise for nearly a year, if not longer. Alitalia has only posted a single profitable year since 1998, even with a €1.5bil cash infusion…

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Carry On Bag Allowance Guide For 100+ Airlines

Airline carry on allowances change from time to time, new airlines start up and old ones fade away … so it is time for Flying With Fish to update the carry on baggage allowance guide created for 68 airlines back in June 2009.  This updated guide to airline baggage allowance covers more than 100 airlines,…

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Reader Mail : Which Airport Is Strictest [for security]?

A constant complaint from travelers is an inconsistent security and airline policy experience.  This week’s reader mail addresses a wide range of these inconsistencies. This reader mail comes from Derek in Phoenix … who asks his question about security and carry-on policy in multiple parts. Derek asks 1) which airport strictest? like: nothing sharp, even…

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iPhone App of the Week : ITA Software OnTheFly

If you’re a follower of my Twitterstream (@flyingwithfish) ,  you’ll see the same company’s website mentioned time and time again in regard to finding flight solutions and comparing airfares. This week’s iPhone App of the week is created by the same company I’ve recommend over and over again in Twitter. This week’s iPhone App of…

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Alitala Tops Among European Airlines For On-Time Performance

Alitalia, Italy’s National Flag Carrier, has been called many things over the years, but ‘On Time‘ has never been one of those things. Alitala is well known for labour disputes, strikes, customer dissatisfaction and an on-time performance record that generally rivals my attempts to wake my kids up most mornings … so imagine my surprise…

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