February 19, 2010

Juan Trippe and Pan Am – Part Three – February 19, 2010

This week I want to talk about the Florida operations for Pan Am at Miami International Airport. Miami International was originally called Pan American Field, and although they operated Dinner Key as their base of operations after Key West, the Clippers were over taken by technology and faster airplanes. Pan Am shifted operations back to land based airplanes at Miami International. As always, I would like all aviators to connect with their roots and one of the ways they can do that is by using the “Third Dimension Blog” as a resource.

February 12, 2010

Juan Trippe and Pan Am – Part Two – February 12, 2010

We continue with the series on Pan Am and this week we want to talk about the Florida operations in Key West and then Dinner Key in Miami’s Biscayne Bay. As always, I would like all aviators to connect with their roots and one of the ways they can do that is by using the “Third Dimension Blog” as a resource. Come with me now as two-dimensional thinking meets one-dimensional thinking

February 5, 2010

Juan Trippe and Pan Am – Part One – February 5, 2010

This month I am going to delve into the history of Pan Am and the visionary who brought it to life. The articles will be brief but concise, because there have been many good books written on the man and the airline and I invite you to search out and read those books. As always, I would like all aviators to connect with their roots. One of the ways they can do that is by using the “Third Dimension Blog” as a resource. Come with me now as two-dimensional thinking meets one-dimensional thinking.

January 29, 2010

The Future of Commercial Aviation – Part Three – January 29, 2010

This week I will finish the series on “The Future of Commercial Aviation” and while it would be easy to offer up an analysis and pick winners and losers, I think I will let the words of others speak for me. I have a few quotes to share with you that will provide fuel for thought. As always, I would like all aviators to connect with their roots and one of the ways they can do that is by using the “Third Dimension Blog” as a resource. Come with me now as two dimensional thinking meets one dimensional thinking.

January 22, 2010

The Future of Commercial Aviation – Part Two – January 22, 2010

This week I will continue the series on “The Future of Commercial Aviation” and I will be talking about a unique issue---Balance of Power---aviators and management think the same, so how do you maintain a balance that does not adversely affect service? As always, I would like all aviators to connect with their roots and one of the ways they can do that is by using the “Third Dimension Blog” as a resource. Come with me now as two dimensional thinking meets one dimensional thinking.

January 15, 2010

The Future of Commercial Aviation – Part One – January 15, 2010

This week I will begin the series on “The Future of Commercial Aviation” and will highlight a few facts about the success of, or lack of success -- Deregulation. This will be a three-part series and it is going to be difficult for me to keep it balanced based on my personal biases. However, I am not a Boeing salesperson. I am an aviator who is watching the industry self destruct. As always, I would like all aviators to connect with their roots and one of the ways they can do that is by using the “Third Dimension Blog” as a resource.

January 8, 2010

The Future of Commercial Aviation – Commentary – January 8, 2010

It is a new year, and this month I will begin a new series on where I think commercial aviation is going;. However, I want to highlight a specific area this week that needs attention by all who work in the industry, and everyone who flies as a passenger. As always, I would like all aviators to connect with their roots and one of the ways they can do that is by using the “Third Dimension Blog” as a resource.

October 23, 2009

The Next Wave of Deregulation – Part Three The Unfinished Revolution – October 23, 2009

This week, we look at the RJ revolution and its expected impact on the legacy carriers and the low cost carriers. As always, I would like all aviators to connect with their roots and one of the ways they can do that is by using the “Third Dimension Blog” as a resource.

October 16, 2009

The Next Wave of Deregulation – Part Two The Unfinished Revolution – October 16, 2009

This week, we look at some of the alternatives being offered up by the Think Tanks and consulting firms. Hopefully, we can begin to build the case for the legacy carriers to regain their hold but you decide. As always, I would like all aviators to connect with their roots and one of the ways they can do that is by using the “Third Dimension Blog” as a resource.