Is airplane seating pushing passengers to a “tipping point?”

Ned Levi discusses the implications of airlines cramming in more seats into the economy cabin, using new seat designs, questionable airline seat maintenance and deficient cabin servicing performance due to shrinking times allotted between flights.

Slow down, you move too fast

A wise boss once told me, if you don’t have time to do something, you really don’t have time to do it over. That goes double for working on itineraries while traveling. A date mixed up or a flight time copies wrong can have serious consequences. Slow down.

The irrational logic of airline fuel surcharges

Fuel surcharges aren’t subject to corporate discounts, travel agency commissions or government oversight. When oil prices go down and stay down, the profits keep piling into airline coffers.