As the weeks fly by, I hope you are having a wonderful summer.
It has been a quiet week in the world of aviation. But over the last week, we’ve seen an Air China pilot endanger the lives of over 150 passengers onboard by smoking, learned of changes to the T-Mobile international plan, and been reminded that passengers may be held personally liable for causing a flight diversion.
Here’s a review of the week’s top stories plus a look at every story that appeared on Live and Let’s Fly.
TOP STORY: Frankfurt To Frankfurt In Three Hours
How I winded up flying to Munich…for lunch.
Kyle’s tongue and cheek review of the “millennial friendly” Tru Hotel in Pigeon Forge.
How you can ensure your frequent flyer miles are passed down without drama.
Kyle offers a sage tip for CLEAR.
REPORTS & REVIEWS
Review: Tru Hotel Pigeon Forge – Patronizing Millennials
Review: DoubleTree Colorado Springs – Presidential Suite
The Best Fish I’ve Ever Had On An Airplane
First Look At Beautiful New SWISS “Lounge Center A” In Zurich
Impressive: New Air France Business Class Lounge at CDG
Frankfurt To Frankfurt In Three Hours
Review: Plaza Premium Lounge – London Heathrow T2 Arrivals (LHR)
Review: Lufthansa CityLine CRJ-900 Business Class Milan to Frankfurt
My Superb Boutique Hotel in Florence, Italy
Review: Lufthansa Lounge Milan (MXP)
Review: Plaza Premium Lounge – London Heathrow T4 (LHR)
Lounge Review: Singapore Airlines SilverKris Lounge London (LHR)
NEWS & COMMENTARY
CLEAR Should Follow Priority Pass’ Lead
A New Airport Lounge With A Sauna
Justice: Delta Passenger Forced To Pay Up For Flight Diversion
T-Mobile Becomes Even More Valuable
Should Pilots Be Allowed To Smoke Onboard?
Full-Service Porter Airlines Introduces Basic Economy
Air China 737 Rapidly Drops 25,000 Feet
The Smart Way To Bequeath Your Frequent Flyer Miles
The End Of An Era At Southwest Airlines
Save $30 on FTU Washington, DC Tickets
“Horny” Pilot Allegedly Molests Woman On United Flight
How A JetBlue Crew Saved The Life Of A Dog Onboard
Cracked Windshield Forces AA Flight To Divert
Aeroflot May Double Airbus A350 Order
Man Buys 747, Puts It In Backyard
Chinese Warn Citizens That U.S. Travel Is Extremely Dangerous