Wheels Up! Podcast: Airline makes it easier for families to fly
Do you know the proper way to complain if you have a bad experience with an airline? Mark Robertson here and my "Wheels Up" podcast takes you behind the headlines of offbeat stories from the airlines. My partner, Jay Ratliff, former airline executive, helps us understand what's really going on. So settle back and we'll bring your complimentary beverage shortly!
Episode 63: Couple Abandons Baby at Airport
Wheels Up! is my podcast that goes behind the headlines of unusual stories from the airlines. Along with former airline executive Jay Ratliff, we give you a fuller picture of what was going on. In this installment, a couple left their baby at the airport terminal when they didn't have the needed plane ticket, which airline ranks as the worst in America, and a flight attendant who helped a woman in distress aboard a recent flight.
Episode 62: "Near MIss"
Mark Robertson and his partner, former airline executive and iHeart Airline Analyst go behind the headlines of some of the airline related stories to give you a better picture of what really happened. In this installment, two incidents including one "near miss" at JFK in New York, why more passengers are getting bumped, Southwest Pilots planning a strike vote, and which airline made sure a dog abandoned at an airport got a good home. That and more waiting for you here. Click...and enjoy!
Episode 61: Southwest Meltdown
"Wheels Up" takes you behind the headlines of stories involving the airlines and the people who work there as I talk with former airline executive and iHeart Airline Analyst Jay Ratliff. In this installment Jay goes in depth about why Southwest cancelled 71% of their flights at Christmastime yet other airlines cancelled way fewer. Plus what one woman did when she caught United Airlines lying to her about where her missing luggage was! Settle back and enjoy.
Episode 60: Jesus Made Me Do It!
"Wheels Up" is our entertaining podcast taking you behind the headlines of some of the stranger stories coming from the airline industry. Former airline executive Jay Ratliff gives us a fuller understanding of what's really taking place. In this installment we address a passenger trying to open the emergency door mid-flight, a cat found in a passenger's baggage by TSA, JetBlue hiring a convicted felon as a pilot, and Air India's very unusual dress code for employees. Click the link and enjoy!
Episode 59: All You Can Fly Passes?
Wheels Up is my podcast that goes behind the headlines with details on some of the more unusual stories involving the airline industry and the people who work there. Like which airline is selling an "all you can fly" pass for $599? Listen and enjoy!
Episode 58: Obese Passengers Impact on You
Do you know the proper way to complain if you have a bad experience with an airline? It's Mark Robertson with Jay Ratliff and Wheels Up goes behind the headlines of the more unusual stories about airplanes and the airlines. Today, a woman in the middle seat is surrounded by two morbidly obese people--and she's not happy. What can she do? Listen!
Episode 57: American Airlines says Fly Delta or United?
Our podcast now in its second year takes you behind the headlines of the offbeat stories of the airline industry. Together with my co-pilot Jay Ratliff--iHeart's Airline expert and former airline executive--we explore the stories you may not have heard COMPLETELY. Why would American Airlines pilots tell the public to fly Delta or United instead? And why did two pilots fall asleep in the cockpit? Sit back...and enjoy!
Episode 56: A passenger lands a plane when the pilot passes out
Wheels Up is my podcast that goes behind the headlines of some of the offbeat stories coming from the airlines and the people who work there, with help from iHeart Airline Expert and former airline executive Jay Ratliff. Among the stories in this installment: when a pilot passes out on a Cessna plane, a brave and amazingly calm passenger gets help from the air traffic controller to safely land the plane. Settle back and enjoy....
Episode 55: A Vegas-bound couple get married onboard!
WHEELS UP! is my podcast taking you behind the headlines of some of the more offbeat stories coming out of the airlines and airports. In this installment:
--an airline honors an employee for saving six lives
--two pilots in separate planes try to swap cockpits but things don't go very smoothly
--A shortage of pilots could lead to automated flights with only one pilot--or no pilots!
--an American family in Israel stun an airport with their souvenir: an unexploded bomb!
--Why one airline just fired 50 flight attendants
Settle back and enjoy!