When traveling for work a temporary office is great for meetings and as a place to get work done. And if you live in a noisy city, like New York, it's helpful to rent office space when you need a … [Read more...] about Breather: Office Space for Rent By the Hour
Delta has been planning the retirement of their 747 fleet for sometime. But today's announcement on their earnings call indicates an acceleration of the time line to 2017. If you're a fan of this … [Read more...] about Delta Retiring Their Boeing 747s by 2017
Tomorrow, October 11, 2014 is Open House New York weekend which "unlocks the doors to New York's most important buildings, offering an extraordinary opportunity to experience the city and meet the … [Read more...] about October NYC Meetup at the TWA Flight Center at JFK!
What better way to ease back into the week, after a long weekend, than to have a cool drink and talk miles and points. Join me and other travelers, on Tuesday September 2nd, at Professor Thom's … [Read more...] about September New York City Meetup Next Week
After a fun meetup last month with two suprise guests ( Daraius and Ben ) it's time for another points and miles meetup. Next week, on Tuesday July 22nd, our very own Brad will be … [Read more...] about July 2014 New York Meetup next week!
We're having another frequent flyer and miles and points meetup in New York city on Tuesday, June 24, 2014. Join me and other travelers at Professor Thom's in the Lower East Side to discuss all things … [Read more...] about June 2014 New York City Travel Meetup
Today American launches their first Airbus A321T (transcontinental) service from JFK to Los Angeles. Last month, I experienced the aircraft during an American Airlines event at JFK. Overall, it's … [Read more...] about American Airlines New Airbus A321T
American, and most of its regional carrier American Eagle, became the third airline to allow gate-to-gate use of electronics yesterday after the FAA changed its electronic use guidelines. JetBlue was … [Read more...] about American, American Eagle, JetBlue, and Delta Mainline Now Offer Gate-to-Gate Electronics Use
All of us are familiar with the requirement to turn off all electronic devices for take off. Not only is it annoying for passengers, but doubly so for the flight attendants that have to enforce this … [Read more...] about FAA Allows Use of Smartphones During Take Off and Landing
The Eero Saarinen designed Trans World Flight Center, part of Terminal 5 at JFK, opened in 1962 and was closed in 2001 when TWA merged into American Airlines. This terminal is amazing. While its … [Read more...] about TWA Flight Center – JFK Terminal 5