The editors of Skift Airline Weekly discuss the most interesting developments within the commercial airline industry. In keeping with Skift Airline Weekly’s style, conversation generally centers on one question: How do you make money in this industry?
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I used to enjoy this podcast because it was insightful. There are still some interesting discussions on airline news and industry happenings, but it feels as if the hosts are not really engaged in the show. more
It seems people have a grudge against the hosts. I enjoy the conversational nature of this podcast. The hosts are knowledgeable and well informed.
They talked about not knowing when restaurants and tourist attractions would open in France. They said : « yeah, you may get to go to Paris, but you may not be able to do anything when you get there. » That may be true at the moment, but Macron has a plan for opening things up, and I would suspect by July or August people would find plenty to do. You may be eating outside on restaurant terraces, but that’s okay.
The volume control inconsistency makes it impossible to pay attention. I have to have my volume the whole way up at times, then my eardrums are burst at others. more
This podcast seems to be obsessed with the corona virus and it’s adverse affect on the aviation industry. As real world numbers and data shows a substantial increase in passenger travel and the unleashing of pent up demand this podcast seems to be wishing for the worst. Super depressing and typical from this demographic.
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Airline Weekly Lounge launched 7 years ago and published 228 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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