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≡ archives aviation geek fest stickers subscribe about contact search get ready, economy class is about to get even more basic by manu venkat 19 jan 2017 will you be smiling that much when you fly basic economy? — photo: united airlines even though the vast majority of my flying is in economy, it’s sometimes hard for me to know exactly what economy class is anymore. in the good old days, it reliably meant a seat with enough legroom, a drink, a snack, and my fair share of space in the cargo hold. but under pressure from ultra-low-cost carriers, u.s. legacy airlines have chipped away at what they offer travelers seated aft of the wing. that trend took a major jump forward — or, depending on your perspective, backwards — with the introduction of new no-frills “basic economy” fares that do the bare minimum to get you from point a to point b. delta announced the rollout of its basic economy in select markets in late 2014, and has expanded it to other routes since then. united unveiled its own basic product late last year. earlier this week, american shared that its own basic economy fares will be going on sale in february, starting with ten markets. is this new category of barebones fares good news for price-sensitive flyers? or is it a new circle of hell in the sky? read on for more on basic economy and what it means for you. 2 comments read full story 32 tons of pure awesome helicopter – flying the mi-26t “barn” by bernie leighton 18 jan 2017 this is an mi-26t; mchs belarus uses it for firefighting – photo: bernie leighton | airlinereporter yup, that’s a flying barn. that’s what some pilots refer to it as in russian. “сарай”. it may have long, flat sides. it may even have a cargo door in the rear large enough to drive a tractor into. let’s not forget that this is a helicopter. not just any helicopter, either. those are not small trees in the background. it is hard to illustrate how large this thing is. – photo: bernie leighton | airlinereporter this is the mil mi-26. specifically an mi-26t. this one is based at lipki airfield on the east side of minsk, home of a detachment of pilots and other staff who work for the ministry for emergency situations of the republic of belarus. 1 comment read full story common aviation questions — answered by cool people by david parker brown 13 jan 2017 an eva air boeing 747-400 sits at seattle-tacoma international airport there are certain questions i get asked over and over (and over) again from doing this gig. there seem to four that i get asked way more than others: #1 what’s your favorite airline? #2 what’s your favorite aircraft? #3 what airline and/or aircraft should i avoid? #4 where do you buy your tickets? i started to wonder how do others answer those questions? so i decided to ask some people who i think are kinda cool. i wasn’t sure how this was going to turn out. i ended up with some pretty interesting answers (at least i think so) so compiled them all up in this story. i think it is worth saying that no one saw anyone else’s answers before publishing. some are shockingly similar, others complete opposites. you will have to wait until the end to see mine (because i assume my answers are the right ones). 12 comments read full story in hamburg, people stare at you by guest contributor 11 jan 2017 hamburg – photo: pedro | flickrcc in hamburg, you have to pay attention. things are moving here on the edge of time. a store doesn’t open at 9:59, it opens at 10:00 exactly.  people still have wrist watches not as an accessory, not as a nod to the 90s, but actually use them for their intended purpose. the train / subway / hochbahn is rarely, if ever, late. only once in six whole months did i see a train come startlingly late (i would consider “startling late” ten minutes), and it caused panic to ripple throughout the crowd. where is the train? how could this happen? when the hochbahn comes, it opens and closes its mouth within ten seconds and you better already be there to jump in. one time i made it, but my bag got caught. the doors do not wait for anyone or anything. every four minutes it arrives and leaves. time is important here, efficiency is important. hamburg people cannot live on borrowed time, and there is something to respect in this efficiency. in hamburg, people stare at you. truly, stoically, painfully, everlastingly look at you. never have a cold sore in hamburg. make sure you brush your hair. the staring, the (perceived but often not real) judgement, and the curiosity only increases between the elderly and the children. you feel 15 and awkward again in hamburg. why is everyone looking at me? they are not, in fact; everyone is looking at everyone else. over the months, the stares don’t feel so strange or threatening. you begin to realize that the staring, the looking-for-longer-than-necessary-look is how people interact with each other here. it is different, it is uncomfortable, it can be unbearable and then… it isn’t. eventually you will stare back. in hamburg, fashion is function over form. there are not a lot of bright colors or varieties of clothing here. sensible black shoes, a fjällräven backpack, a jacket that hits your knees that is both waterproof and windproof for the unpredictable dark winter. in some cases, this is a relief. you don’t have to fuss much about your wardrobe in hamburg. it is easy to wear greys and blacks and the occasional pop of color scarf. you bundle up here. the extreme humidity in the summer means you sweat, but in the winter it means there is a sharper cold. looking put together, clean, sharp, business ready is very important, but fashion in itself is not. maybe it is the climate or maybe it is the culture… i can’t tell the difference. 31 comments read full story posts navigation 1 2 3 … 641 older miles flown for stories 2017 miles: 12,024 | total: 1,841,014 social media hot discussion – join in! in hamburg, people stare at you 31 comments putting the newish southwest airlines seats to the (knee, back, arm, butt) test 27 comments common aviation questions — answered by cool people 12 comments jason watches the airbus a350-1000 fly for the first time 6 comments see you later 2016! 5 comments yaktacular! flying on a three-engined yak-40 5 comments photos: airbus beluga xl becoming a reality 5 comments touring the honeywell boeing 757 testbed at mebaa in dubai 3 comments interview: from avgeek spotter to professional photojournalist 2 comments get ready, economy class is about to get even more basic 2 comments email subscription copyright © 2017 airlinereporter.com all rights reserved design by alice fox


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