In his latest verse about airlines in the age of coronavirus, Kambr's Martin Kaduc offers a critique of the flying experience.
In his latest verse about airlines in the age of coronavirus, Kambr's Martin Kaduc goes the distance. Socially, that is.
Business travel and leisure aren't the only activities that are on hold amid global travel restrictions.
In his latest poem tackling the global pandemic that has severely impacted businesses, Kambr's Martin Kaduc spells out what it means for the airline industry.
"Flying holds a special place in my heart because of the opportunities it both represents and has created in my life."
In honor of Valentine's Day, here's a tale about love being in the air.
An ode to Herb Kelleher — Southwest co-founder and aviation pioneer.
An editor's note reflecting on the year that was -- and the year to come.
The end of year. That frantic time when frequent fliers rush to keep their status.
What you actually do versus what your friends and family think you do.
An ode to all the jargon speak and buzzwords found in the aviation industry.
In the poetic edition, a bit of background is provided along with a sneak preview into the future of aviation.
For some an industry event can be a complete bore, but for Martin he got much more than he could ever expect.
It's time we turn to revenue management with our verse. We chronicle how empty seats are filled and profits are maximized.
In this edition, Martin describes the wonderful airline employee benefit of flying on a non-rev flight.
Oh the joys of going through airport security. We've all been there and we all know the feeling. Some verse that relates all too well.
This one goes out to all the revenue managers out there. It's all about yield and load and finding the right balance between the two.
Airline customer service positions are tough jobs. Here's an ode to all those who help us get from Point A to Point B.
When it comes to discussing the future of commercial aviation, it often because a challenge to cut through all the industry jargon and buzzwords.
There is something magic about being in the sky that brings out emotions even in the most stoic person.