News notes from around the interweb:
- Berlin Brandenburg airport is scheduled to open October 31, 2020, here’s why the project went bad in the 90s, and has taken about a quarter century to complete.
Credit, Muns, via Wikimedia Commons
- American’s Dallas – Tel Aviv flight isn’t going daily after all, it was a mistake in the schedule load.
- This cat’s 5 year, 1200 mile solo journey (HT: Tommy L)
- The flight attendent twitter meme meant to shame your career
Flight attendant: Is there a doctor onboard?
Dad: that should've been you
Me: Not now Dad
Dad: Not asking for an airline executive to help, are they?
Me: Dad, there's a medical emergency happening right now
Dad: Go and see if they need any ancillary revenue streams
— Fake Jeff Smisek (@FakeUnitedJeff) November 27, 2019
- Warren Buffett has upped his stake in Southwest Airlines to 10.2%.
- Romaine is out at American Airlines.
Recent news reports have linked an outbreak of E. coli to romaine lettuce harvested from Salinas, California. As a proactive precaution, effective immediately, American Airlines will temporarily suspend the use of all romaine lettuce, chopped or whole, from all locations and substitute an appropriate spring or lettuce mix not containing romaine. Substituations may vary depending on caterer availability. Please consult with your catering representative in regards to the substituted offering.