3 Links I Love: Fixing WestJet, Tip Your Flight Attendant, Aloha 767


‘We’ve just grown too big, too fast:’ CEO Ed Sims taps the brakes at WestJetCalgary Herald
For years people have said WestJet had bitten off more than it could chew, and last year that finally proved to be true. Now we get to watch Ed try to get the airline back on track, and I’m looking forward to seeing what that means.

This Airline Wants You to Tip Your Flight AttendantsThrillist
Even though this has been around for 3 years, it’s just making the news this week. Tipping flight attendants? Not a fan. But then again, I don’t like tipping anyone. I’d rather just have it included in the price.

The End of an Era: Aloha Boeing 767Hawaiian Mana’o Blog
You know I love my fleet retirements. Hawaiian officially retired its last 767 on Monday (though it was pressed into service multiple times this week on an unscheduled basis). This is good for travelers since the A330s have much nicer interiors. But don’t cry if you loved their 767s. Look for them to be flying in United’s colors soon.


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