Roundup – Podcasts and All

By | June 3, 2007
  • Friday marked the inauguration of seasonal service from Montreal to Rome on Air Canada…with connecting flights on Air One out of Rome to onward destinations.
  • Air Canada Jazz launched two nonstops on Friday from Calgary to Prince George, British Columbia and Seattle, Washington, operating both with 50-seat CRJs…
  • American Eagle has added a weekly flight from Miami to Cozumel Mexico beginning yesterday. Service on the route, operated by ATR72 turboprops began March 2nd and demand is such that there will be a second flight on weekends.
  • Virgin Atlantic will be taking over the Jamaica to London route of Air Jamaica effective next October due to heavy losses. Virgin beat out British Airways to operate the route.
  • Friday also marked the beginning of service on US Airways from Philadelphia to Brussels, Belgium.
  • Service from LA/Palmdale Regional Airport to San Francisco is set to begin June 7th…
  • Delta, as part of its attempt to “CHANGE”, has implemented a video podcast site done by employees about various Delta destinations. So far, at you can download travel podcasts on Boston, Brussels, Los Angeles, Mumbai, New York, Orlando, and Seoul. We look forward to more from Delta. At least they are trying…
  • Northwest Airlines will resume nonstop service from Minneapolis/St Paul to Vancover, British Columbia. Service from October 15th through May 2nd will operate using Embraer 175-LR aircraft with 76-seats in a two-class configuration, operated by Northwest’s new subsidiary, Compass Airlines. Mainline service will operate through the peak summer season.