Even for veteran Air Canada flyers, the airline’s latest disgrace disavowing responsibility for information provided by its AI chatbot is a new low. My argument for an appropriate rebranding of the poorest excuse for an airline.
The media is deceiving the public into believing the FAA ensures the safety of commercial airline travel. In fact, the agency bears considerable responsibility for the recent near catastrophic Alaska Airlines accident.
The recent Alaska Airlines near disaster when a chunk of a 737 MAX fuselage became dislodged at 16,000 ft. was decades in the making. One must be awfully naïve to believe that Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun and the FAA have the determination and resolve to turn around what was once America’s most celebrated company.
Surveys show that most Americans are becoming increasingly leery of electric vehicles, but there’s a high likelihood that travelers renting from Hertz this summer will be given one.
Says a writer for The Atlantic who experienced the switcheroo: “(EVs) are great, potentially planet-saving machines, but the ordeal made me want to wage a slash-and-burn campaign against all of them.”
Hardly a day goes by when I don’t read at least one story about an airline flight being diverted because of a disruptive passenger. Here’s why my sympathies increasingly lie with the disruptive passenger.