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Service, and the lack of

My Lufthansa experience the other day was anything but TBI 100. Although I appreciate the proper cabin uniforms and the charming Mid-European accents, I would also like to add some service from the more well mannered parts of our flight origin. As my Star Alliance points regrettably belonged to another programme than Miles & More,… Continue reading Service, and the lack of

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The Cockpit Combo

When do people travel with their families? Summer time. What is their main concern? Safety. So what to write about on a summer sunday? Naturally, the horrors of a dysfunctional cockpit combo. Lesson to live by: If you can’t understand what the pilot is saying, be sure to put your Oneworld Emerald status to work… Continue reading The Cockpit Combo

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Better summer: The Tote Bag

The summer season is upon us, and if you did manage to catch your flight to that idyllic summer getaway house right off the beach in Palma or taking a 2 day stop-off in Santa Margeritha Ligure en route to Tuscany, you’re most likely to travel with this seasons most essential accessory – The Tote… Continue reading Better summer: The Tote Bag

Private jet – the new ambulance

Our fellow highflyer Kristin, points out a very interesting blog post in the FT regarding Steve Jobs and his recent liver transplant. We quote: “If you had access to a jet and had six hours to get anywhere in the country, you’d have a wide choice of programs,” said Dr. Michael Porayko, the medical director… Continue reading Private jet – the new ambulance

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