By: Greg Lindsay on September 19, 2005
DETROIT (AdAge.com) -- I woke up Sunday with a sore throat. It was inevitable. After all, what are airliners if not giant flying thermos bottles that enable every passenger to efficiently share his microbial spew with every other passenger?
By: Greg Lindsay on September 15, 2005
LOS ANGELES (AdAge.com) -- I purposefully chose Song rather than JetBlue for the five-and-a-half-hour transcontinental flight to Los Angeles. After all, it was a name in the news as well as the conversation all around me along the way. In fact, not long after I landed, its parent, Delta Air Lines, filed for chapter 11 as predicted.
By: Greg Lindsay on September 30, 2005
...and prayer room." And I intended to try them all. Photo: Greg Lindsay Part of Singapore's Changi airport terminal is a labyrinth festooned with...
By: Greg Lindsay on May 22, 2006
LAS VEGAS (AdAge.com) -- I'm a Las Vegas virgin, and based on what I've heard of the place in the "what happens here, stays here" era, I might be the only virgin of any kind cruising the Strip this week. I've been sent here by my editors to act as a pair of fresh eyes and, hopefully, make a little sense of this spectacle in the brief pause before the city's next critical transformation.
By: Greg Lindsay on September 13, 2005
ORLANDO (AdAge.com) -- For my first day's foray into Airworld, I lift off on JetBlue. What better airline to choose for the start of this exploration of the aviation marketing business than the one that has played such a key role in revolutionizing the industry?