News and notes from around the interweb:
- NTSB will destroy the TWA 800 crash reconstruction. Lease on the space is ending and with modern imaging technology it’s no longer needed. (HT: Paddle Your Own Kanoo)
After 24 years, the NTSB will destroy the reconstructed wreckage of TWA flight 800. The flight 800 investigation was the longest, most complicated, and expensive in history. 230 people died onboard and for years the wreckage has been used to train crash investigators. pic.twitter.com/7mdkQ9yxyx
— Sam Sweeney (@SweeneyABC) February 22, 2021
- Nature is healing.
— Breaking Aviation News & Videos (@breakingavnews) February 22, 2021
- Inside the evolution of Charlotte airport
- Remind me how I’m supposed to meet airline ‘elite qualifying dollar’ requirements with $31 transcons (and this isn’t even basic economy)?
- No microwave in your hotel room… just use the hair dryer?
- Amtrak has introduced PlusGrade bidding for upgrades.
For an upcoming WAS to NYP Acela Express Business Class trip (the lowest class on that train), $51 is a “poor” offer to upgrade, $66 is a “good” offer and $81 is an “excellent” offer. pic.twitter.com/6buzdsgZPp
— Jamie Larounis (@TheForwardCabin) February 23, 2021