Happy Easter and Happy Passover. I’ve enjoyed a wonderful day spent with family and friends and trust you have as well.
I’m looking forward to a very “Matthew” like trip coming up this week. Details on that on Tuesday. For now, I’ll just leave you with the top stories of the week plus a recount of every post on Live and Let’s Fly over the last seven days.
A recount of an objectively horrible trip I had on Singapore Airlines in 2013 in business class.
While not downplaying all that has gone wrong, I defend the overall tenure of Oscar Munoz as CEO of United Airlines.
Lufthansa has made three impressive upgrades to its Welcome Lounge in Frankfurt.
As well look back on the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, I ponder the price of peace in Northern Ireland. See also: Unforgettable: Black Cab Tour of Belfast
REPORTS & REVIEWS
Review: Aloft Houston by the Galleria
Suite Review: Westin Alexandria
Review: Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh – Presidential Suite
Unforgettable: Black Cab Tour of Belfast
The Good Friday Agreement: 20 Years Later
HORRIBLE Service on My 16.5hr Singapore Airlines Flight
Review: Grand Hyatt Singapore (Suite)
Must See: Singapore Botanic Gardens
Nice Upgrades at Lufthansa Welcome Lounge in Frankfurt
Review: Singapore Airlines 777-300 Business Class Sydney to Singapore
Review: Rydges Sydney Airport Hotel
The Most Incredible Uber Driver. Ever.
NEWS & COMMENTARY
Airline Defends Strip Searches of its Flight Attendants
Why Beverage Carts Are Replacing Serving Trays On JetBlue
Five Airlines Awarded New Flights to Havana
“Cargo Class” Has Great Potential
Five Unconventional Places I Hope To Visit This Summer
The Encouraging Tenure Of United’s CEO, Oscar Munoz
AA’s Interesting New Route to Buenos Aires
The Flight Attendant Bubble
Large Dog On My United Flight Given Her Own Row…
Delta’s Definition Of “Neutral” Is Different Than Mine
The Lufthansa A380 Shuffle at LAX
United Polaris Cutbacks Coming Soon…