I am officially launching my race for Executive Platinum Status on American Airlines. Yes, American…can you believe it? Well, now that I am not flying as a flight attendant it just so happens that I might enjoy being one of those ultra-frequent flyers we’ve all heard about. I know I don’t look like George Clooney, but I can’t have everything. I just want to fly!
I learned this afternoon that I was not voted in as APFA (Association of Professional Flight Attendants) Vice Chairperson of the Miami flight attendants for American Airlines. Of course I never like to lose, but this is one loss that I choose to view positively.
The new American Airlines livery has started to grow on me a little bit; sort of like a fungus fueled rash that I feel the need to scratch. There are some attractive qualities in the new paint scheme, but if you’ll give me just a moment, I will tell you why it definitely has to go and why I believe Doug Parker is smart enough to understand this.
Things just run differently at Alaska Airlines, in a good way, have you noticed? They demonstrated how tuned in they are with what customers appreciate and expect by rolling out wifi fleet-wide before some other mAAjor airlines even knew what wifi was.
Believe it or not, I have actually considered voting for Mitt Romney. Like most American’s, I have not been happy with our progress as a country in the last four years.
American Airlines is in trouble. At this point there is such a limited amount of time before the current management begins selling off pieces to other airlines and splits with as much cash as they can get away with.
While walking to my gate at Miami International Airport, a display case at the Juan Valdez Cafe caught my eye. It was full of beautifully decorated, perfectly arranged Misha’s Cupcakes.
Although we were only in Denver for two days we got to experience the best and the worst that Denver had to offer.
Have you ever daydreamed about how you would run an airline if given the opportunity? You know I have.
More Than 200 Social Media Mavens Attend Successful #SwimWeekTweetUp Event Hosted by Dress For Success Miami at Kimpton’s Surfcomber
It was 87 degrees and about 150% humidity even at 11 o’clock at night– so by the time I made it to the bar, I needed something cold and I needed it fast! Midori’s spokesperson, Kim Kardashian was on the microphone from the DJ booth welcoming everyone to the event and encouraged everyone to try a Midori cocktail. I ordered the Midori “Beach Ball”
Finally back in Miami from The Atlanta Gift Show and preparing for Los Angeles and Portland this weekend. I am looking forward to meeting Kim Kardashian on Friday night. I hope her mother Chris Jenner will be there too!
When you make vacation choices in the early stages of your vacation planning, you are setting up how your entire vacation will go. If you make the right choices, then you can expect to have the time of your life. If you make the wrong choices, then you could be in for a long trip.
One day after Miami International Airport’s new automated North Terminal baggage handling system completed its final 105 days of observation, the airport began to dismantle its former 20-year-old system with a demolition ceremony led by Miami-Dade Aviation Department Director José Abreu on July 2.
Today I was shocked to receive these photos from a passengers seated next to an absolute slob on a 5 hour flight. Has this happened to you? Anyone with good Jetiquette knows that making a mess in an environment shared with others is an especially heinous faux pas.
The Jetiquette® Tour is in full swing and I am concentrating on all the places I’ll be visiting soon as the Global Jetiquette Ambassadorto promote all things that make traveling easier and more civilized for everyone. Of course I will be looking for faux pas along the way as well! #cruises #aviation
Pan Am is returning to Miami International Airport and Orlando International Airport this month and they’re flying wherever you’re flying!
By printing out your own Aluminum Global Passport for each leg of your trip. Then simply let your crew members know that you’ve got Aluminum status. Aluminum started at American Airlines but is rolling out on additional airlines each and every day and let’s crew members know that you are special.
In this episode of “Aluminum”, The Aluminum Lady finds herself at the hands of a crank caller that sends her into a maniacal tailspin as her fears of being ruled by the “little people” overtake her.
There is nothing quite like sipping Veuve Clicquot on the 16th floor patio of the Area 31 Restaurant at the Epic Hotel in Downtown Miami. Let me share some of my Miami favorites with you for May!
My motivation to consider a jump to another airline has come after years of being an AAdvantage Platinum member even while I was an employee for the airline.
You know she’ll do whatever it takes to show the workers who’s in charge, but is she really? Are the customers starting to bail on the Aluminum Lady causing shareholders to lose faith in her ability to lead the company?
Aluminum Lady is back and she’s seeking revenge on those who’ve dared question her management skills or lack thereof.
The Aluminum Lady is clawing her way to the top of one of the world’s largest airlines and she’ll leave no survivors!
My baby sister, Kristy, won the “America’s Best Griller” contest on The Rachael Ray show and I want to enjoy NYC with her! From dinner in the Pan Am Building, lunch at The Plaza and happy hour at the W Hotel; my little mini-vacation to New York City was as good as it gets!
Fergie and I were scheduled to visit San Diego on April 13th and when browsing hotels, I was delighted to see that there were Kimpton Hotels in the area!
Watch the latest news video at video.foxnews.com The folks at Fox & Friends agree that civility in the skies is one way to make travel more enjoyable for everyone. Read more about The Jetiquette Pledge
American Airlines has just filed a lawsuit against The Sky Steward for his videos, website and other internet properties that have uncovered the activities of the company’s executives including their practice of moving first class passengers to coach in order to provide them a seat in the front. American’s lawsuit accuses the Gailen David, The Sky Steward of everything from violating the American Airlines trademark to using the company’s information systems to access passenger information.