Monday, January 29, 2007

Last Minute Costa Cruise

Costa Cruises is trying to fill their ships on Feb 4 2007. Two Caribbean Sailing from Ft. Lauderdale, one to Eastern and the other Western.

Inside from $299. Price is also good for friends & family. For details contact at 800.298.8688

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

New passport requirements

New passport requirements in effect today
Effective Jan. 23, 2007, all passengers traveling by air to or from the U.S must hold a valid passport. This new requirement applies to everyone, including U.S. citizens traveling to and from Canada, Mexico, Bermuda and the Caribbean.

But if you are driving or Cruising you have until 2008, but why wait til the last minute. GET IT NOW !

Disney Cruise from California

DISNEY CRUISE LINE is sending the Disney Magic back to Los Angeles during the summer of 2008 to operate eight-day Mexican Riviera sailings. The ship ran a similar itinerary from Los Angeles during the summer of 2005 for six weeks in a tie-in with Disneyland's 50th anniversary, and according to Disney Cruise Line President Tom McAlpin, "the guest reaction to the itinerary was tremendous." Beginning on May 25, 2008, the Magic is scheduled to sail 12 eight-day cruises from Los Angeles to Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta. The ship will spend this summer sailing 11- and 12-day Mediterranean cruises from Barcelona. Interline rates available from

BA Flight Crew Strikes

The union confirmed yesterday that it called on its BA flight attendant members to conduct a three-day strike Jan. 29-31. It also warned of two additional three-day stoppages starting Feb. 5 and Feb. 12 unless there is a deal. About 11,000 of BA's 14,000 cabin crew are T&G members.

Monday, January 22, 2007

UAL Miles Expires

United Airlines revised its frequent flyer program policies over the weekend so miles now expire after 18 months. Worse, this is retroactive to July 1, 2006.

Sunday, January 21, 2007

CAL Pilot Dies Mid Flight

The pilot of a Continental Airlines flight became ill after takeoff and was later pronounced dead after the plane made an emergency landing, a company spokeswoman said.

The 210 passengers on Saturday's flight, which departed from Houston, were never in danger and the co-pilot landed the plane safely, Continental spokeswoman Macky Osorio said.

The airline said only that the pilot suffered a "serious medical problem." Continental believes the pilot died of natural causes, Osorio said. The pilot's name was not released.

The flight, bound for Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, took off from Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport and was diverted to McAllen-Miller International Airport. The flight continued to Mexico with a new crew, Osorio said.

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Airbus CEO Dropped Pants

Airbus' CEO dropped his pants in front of US Airways' former chairman Stephen Wolf to help seal an aircraft deal.

Jean Pierson, the colorful Frenchman who built Airbus into Boeing Co.'s (BA.N: Quote, Profile , Research) biggest competitor, dropped his trousers to seal a key U.S. plane order in 1997, according to a book to be published on Tuesday.

Friday, January 12, 2007

Delta & Northwest Talks?

Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines are in talks on a possible link-up, according to a newspaper report on Wednesday.

The Wall Street Journal, which cited sources "familiar with the matter", said representatives of the two carriers, which are numbers 3 and 5 in the United States respectively, have met regularly for weeks discussing a possible link-up after they both emerge from bankruptcy.

NWA files reorganization plans

By JOSHUA FREED AP Business Writer

MINNEAPOLIS Jan 12, 2007 (AP)— Northwest Airlines Corp. has filed a bankruptcy reorganization plan that is 66 pages long, but short on details about what the airline will look like once it finishes its layover in Chapter 11.

The plan filed on Friday was silent on the largest question surrounding Northwest right now: Whether it will merge with another carrier.

Thursday, January 11, 2007

NicoDerm Commercial

Psycho Flight attendant from Hell, doing a NicoDerm Commercial. She really need a vacation !!

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

See Where Flight Attendants Rest

My friend Lisa sent me this email and I LAUGHED & LAUGHED...

Airbus 340
Airbus 340

Boeing 777
Boeing 777

Air Canada
Air Canada


Singapore Airlines
Singapore Airlines

Philippine Airlines
Philippine Airlines

Monday, January 01, 2007

8 hour on Tarmac, no toilet

For more than eight hours Friday, passengers on American Airlines Flight 1348, rerouted from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport during Friday's storms, sat on the tarmac at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport – with no food, dirty toilets and frustration levels rising.

They watched out their windows as planes landed and took off... Interline Story