Articles tagged “Boeing 737”

Airlines

Chinese Travelers Thinking Less of European Destinations

Today's podcast looks at Boeing’s bolt-less door plugs, Frontier’s path to more profitability, and Chinese travelers cooling on Europe.

Chinese Travelers Thinking Less of European Destinations

Airlines

Boeing Takes the Blame

Today's podcast looks at Boeing's finger pointing, GetYourGuide's ad campaign, and Machu Picchu's easier access.

Boeing Takes the Blame

Airlines

Boeing’s 737 Max Problems: Skift Timeline

Boeing's rough January 2024 was marked by the blowout aboard an Alaska Airlines flight, but that's far from its only major problem.

Boeing’s 737 Max Problems: Skift Timeline

Airlines

United Airlines Reconsiders Fleet Plans

Today's podcast looks at United's Boeing blues, Expedia CEO's message to hotels, and Marriott CEO's growth strategy.

United Airlines Reconsiders Fleet Plans

Airlines

Japan’s All Nippon Airways Boeing 737-800 Flight Turns Around Due to Window Crack

After the Boeing 737 Max 9 fiasco, All Nippon Airways isn't taking any chances with Boeing aircraft.

Japan’s All Nippon Airways Boeing 737-800 Flight Turns Around Due to Window Crack

Airlines

Indian Travelers Still Prefer Direct Booking: India Report

Travelers showing a continued openness to book directly with hotels is a great practice of paying for what you see.

Indian Travelers Still Prefer Direct Booking: India Report

Airlines

India Daily: High Tax Structure Is a Drag on Aviation Industry

Taxes on jet fuel are airlines’ single biggest cost, accounting for more than half the expenses for some Indian low-cost carriers. The aviation industry urgently needs relevant policy measures to address them now.

India Daily: High Tax Structure Is a Drag on Aviation Industry

Coronavirus

Virgin Australia Readies for a Domestic Recovery by Adding 9 Boeing 737s to Its Fleet

Rebuilding its fleet will be a priority, because the carrier will have to act fast when state borders reopen.

Virgin Australia Readies for a Domestic Recovery by Adding 9 Boeing 737s to Its Fleet

Airlines

Southwest Will Look at Buying Jets Other Than Boeing 737s After 48-Year Run

Southwest Airlines always is hesitant to mess with its secret sauce. But it's a gigantic airline, and it might benefit from operating more than one aircraft type.

Airlines

How Strong Are Airplane Windows?

Is Southwest having what might best be described as a United problem? The airline faced one major incident a couple of weeks ago, and now passengers are paying much more attention to what ordinarily would be minor events.