Safe travels. Keep running.

For a lot of years now I’ve been part of the running community in America. So are many of you. A friend of mine ran the John F. Kennedy International Airport’s Run on the Runway 5K early Sunday before catching a flight to Monday’s Boston Marathon.

Singapore On Top at Airport Awards (U.S. Doesn’t Even Place)

Schiphol. Incheon. Changi. Narita. What’s your favorite international hub? A survey of 12 million passengers from 160 countries questioning service standards at nearly 400 airports has been released.

Kim vs Tokyo: Is Now the Best Time for Japan Travel?

Yo, baby-face! I’m looking for a June flight from Vancouver to Geneva. Repeat your Tokyo performance. Make a few mindless threats to that Swiss city on the lake. The fares are sky high. Call me!

Is an App the New Box Cutter Terrorist Tool?

“You can use this system to modify approximately everything related to the navigation of the plane,” says a security specialist in aircraft computer hacking. “That includes a lot of nasty things.”

Complaining About Airline Complaints

Four days hiking the arches and canyon lands of Utah’s national parks is enough to set you right, as it did me. Until I got back to town and read the local newspaper. Everyone’s complaining about the airlines. Even Utah’s Mormon-owned newspaper, The Deseret News, complains. (Good headline: Got an hour? Ask someone about their…

Sir Richard Branson Loses Bet, Becomes Flight Attendant

Sir Richard Branson of Virgin Atlantic has lost a wager and will shave his legs and dress as one of the female flight attendants on AirAsia’s inaugural wish-you-were-there Perth to Kuala Lumpur flight.

Airbus is Back On Top of Boeing

Airbus is back in the number one spot, soaring past Boeing in the first quarter of 2013. Last year was the first time in years Boeing held the $100 billion airline industry’s top place. Airbus orders totaled 431 airplanes in the first quarter. Boeing orders capped at 220. Adjusted for cancellations, net Airbus orders totaled…

Delta to Destroy Jet-Lag with Light Showers

Last month, at the 2013 TED conference, Delta Air Lines offered attendees a chance to wash away jet-lag in a photon light shower. The radiant blue halo is a high-tech gimmick shining light on the airline’s “Sleep Experience.”

Singapore Air’s Flight Attendants Go Blue

A guy could get a reputation. Most smart aviation writers follow airline stocks, or at least business class amenities. I’m stuck on flight attendants. I swear it’s the last time.

The Tarmac’s 737 Index

The Tarmac’s Index provides just the facts on a variety of subjects. This time we cover all things 737.

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