Can Cargo Save Passenger Airlines? | Former AA VP Laura Freeland
We’ve seen passenger airlines make huge strides in their cargo capabilities this year, but is it enough to save them? Former VP of Cargo for American Airlines and Qatar Airlines, Laura Freeland, sits down with Jason to answer this question and more. This episode covers the cargo questions, dealing with industry change, and dealing with personal change, and embracing vulnerability.
The View From The Top | FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt
It wasn’t supposed to be like this, and so much has changed since March. As the New Year rapidly approaches, how will airlines get passengers back? How will they avoid more furloughs? How should they prepare for passengers to return? Life has become overwhelming. Now it’s time to get moving in the right direction.
Join us as Former ALPA President, Administrator Randy Babbitt sits with us for his first-ever podcast! Mr. Babbitt shares his experiences in multiple leadership roles, his personal history as a pilot, ALPA President, and battles he fought on Capitol Hill as the FAA Administrator.
Learning From History, Forecasting The Future
Are concessions the new norm? Could consolidation be in your future? How does United’s ratification shape the next 6 months? Join us as Prof. Jim Higgins returns to talk more in-depth about the industry outlook. Placing himself in your shoes, Jim shares what keeps him up at night, his personal history as a pilot, ALPA LEC & MEC leader, and even a stint as MEC Chairman during 9/11.
His forecasting for pilot demand was ‘dead accurate’ pre-COVID; dive in with us on how he hits the mark, what 2020 should have looked like, and hear his predictions for 2021 and beyond. Jim tackles the raw reality of how history could repeat itself and what indicators you need to watch for. Do the TSA numbers confuse you? When do we hit 1 million travelers? When do we hit 2019 numbers? What leading indicators should you be watching?
Hosted by Jason DuVernay
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