3 Links I Love: Unlimited Flight Subscriptions, Privatizing Air Traffic Control, Southwest Seating S
This week’s featured link: Get Ready to Binge-Fly With Unlimited Flight Subscriptions – Bloomberg OneGo has an interesting idea. You pay a monthly fee and you can fly as much as you want… with limitations. You can only book 4 trips at a time, and you must book a week in advance. Not all airports are covered. Does this make sense? You’ll have to do the math for yourself. If you do a lot of expensive routes that they cover, then this could work. But the company has to be betting that it won’t make sense for you. That’s how they’ll make a profit.
Two for the road: The Costs of Privatizing Air Traffic Control and How It Will Impact Airline Travelers – Delta.com Before the bill was presented to privatize air traffic control this week, Delta put out a document explaining why it’s against the plan.
Dan Stands Up To Captain Airplane Douche – TheUnTicket.com File this one under “the lighter side.” It’s a showdown in row 4. There’s something about Southwest’s open seating process that turns some people into jerks. Here’s one of those examples, and it’s funny. (It’s a podcast.)