This is reason # 6,579 why my wife thinks I’m weird, I thought as I headed out the door, camera and monopod in-hand. I had just explained to her that, on this sunny Sunday, I was off to Phoenix Sky…
UPDATE: Consider this avgeek mystery solved. See the italicized text at the end for the thrilling conclusion. I have an aviation geek (avgeek, for short) mystery on my hands. It’s this photo. Believe it or not, that’s me. I’m pretty…
British Airways might be the easiest and most-obvious choice for flights from Phoenix to London. But is it necessarily the best? Here are two other options.
Hawaiian Airlines latest flight deals offer travelers in the know a convenient way to get to Auckland and Taipei.
Phoenix Sky Harbor announced that Mexican budget carrier Volaris will soon serve Phoenix. Big deal. Wake me when a real international carrier comes calling.
The new seasonal Icelandair route makes me ask a few questions beyond how many times a week. And it makes me wonder what -and where – intercontinental travel might be in store for Arizona.
Air New Zealand is on the hunt for new routes to the United States. It seems Denver and Houston are on its wish list – but I think it shouldn’t overlook Phoenix.
Employees from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport respond to my recent post about the lack of intercontinental flights from the Valley. The question: Why do they care about one voice in the ether?
Phoenix city officials breathlessly announced that British Airways will bump service to Sky Harbor from six to seven flights weekly. But let’s parse the puffery and see what that really means for Valley travelers.
After a missed-baggage incident at Sky Harbor in Phoenix, I wonder if airlines like US Airways deliberately try acting to skew their missed-baggage statistics.
Iceland is one unusual and fun destination for travelers. Here’s the first in my day-by-day series of posts about this fascinating island, its landscape and its people.