American Airlines Uses Its Hubs Differently Than Before The Pandemic [Roundup]

News and notes from around the interweb:

  • United Airlines extends upgrades (‘PlusPoints’) by six months
  • British Airways passenger left Airpods on an Austin – London Heathrow flight, now tracks them from someone’s home to a BA training facility and back every day

  • The shifting importance of American Airlines hubs.

    2021 data. PHL drawn down with less Europe. LAX hobbled by transpac decline, is no longer their Asia gateway). NYC flying -> B6. ORD and DCA business travel heavy, travel slower to return in Northeast.

    AA ran a domestic connecting network to leisure destinations that were open.

    — gary leff (@garyleff) June 29, 2022

  • How Australians currently view Qantas

  • The passengers before us have suffered and obtained eternal redemption for us.

    Blood on the seat. Charming that the flight attendant gave me two wipes to clean it up myself. @Delta pic.twitter.com/yPBpvyLE40

    — Tom Bokowy (@CostAndCapital) June 30, 2022

  • But no visit from the Chief Pilot, Maynard Finch?

    Just hit 3,000,000 miles flown on United today. I was welcomed by a group of employees and the captain let me take the controls while on the ground. Felt like rockstar. Thanks @united #3millionmiler #loveunited pic.twitter.com/g0UmTNEUpy

    — Jane Howze (@janehowze) June 28, 2022

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