Happy Presidents Day, everyone! (Well, if you live in the United States.) Also condolences to all who have braved poor weather of late. It was a great beach weekend in Los Angeles.
Here are some recent airline stories I have enjoyed.
JetBlue Airways has a new CEO, former British Airways executive Robin Hayes. He might be more interested in raising revenue than his predecessor. Scott Mayerowitz/Associated Press.
Why have European airlines been so slow to install wifi? Reuters.
What happens after an airline files a mistake fare? Grant Martin of Skift tries to explain.
In a story called "A first Class Cock-up," The Economist tackles the recent United Airlines mistake fare that had the carrier selling super cheap tickets in Danish Kroner.
A scorpion stung a woman on a flight leaving Los Angeles. USA Today.
Hilton wants to "redefine" the airport hotel. Skift.
And finally, a Twitter follower (@martianbogon) calls our attention to a video of five Airbus A350s flying together in formation.