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Kate Sedlmayr, president of KES Consulting, joins Max, Dan, and Rob to discuss the week’s aviation news and talk about airlines and airports.
- Air France rolls out ‘high-density’ A380
- As Obesity Grows, FAA Sticks to 170 Pounds
- Canadian guitarist’s anti-airline hit takes off (Also visit Dave Carroll’s website.)
- Traffic drop doesn’t worry Atlanta airport boss
- Air Hubs Pay to Keep Their Spokes
- The results of Travel + Leisure’s best domestic airline survey are in — do you agree?
- DLR motor glider Antares takes off in Hamburg – powered by a fuel cell
We also have a report from the boys down under at the Airplane Geeks Australia Desk, a This Week in Aviation segment, and listener mail.
Dan selected Airlinemeals.net as this week’s aviation website pick of the week.
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This episode’s opening and closing music is provided by Brother Love. You can visit his site at brotherloverocks.com.