Guest Jesse Ziglar works for a large airline in revenue management. He was previously with DHL Express, and he interned with Delta Air Lines in schedule planning. Jesse got his private pilot license at Peter O. Knight Airport in Tampa, but went on to earn an under graduate degree in Aviation Management (With Flight) and his flight training ending with commercial, multi-engine, and instrument licenses. Jesse blogs at Airtransparency and has a few things to say about the need for more creativity in the airlines.
The week’s aviation news:
- F-15 Scramble after the Cessna 180
- American Airlines rolls out $19-to-$39 fee for front seats in coach
- JetBlue’s All-You-Can-Jet passes sell out again
- US Airways Grows LaGuardia at Delta’s Expense
- Dreamliner’s engine fails test in England
- BA Launches Engineering Apprenticeship
Opening and closing music is provided by Brother Love from the Album Of The Year CD. You can find his great music at http://www.brotherloverocks.com/.
F-15 photo by Paul Filmer. Find his aviation photography at http://skippyscage.com/.