Delta Air Lines has suspended codesharing with fellow SkyTeam member Aeroflot.
Delta, the top ranked US airline made the move with Aeroflot due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Continue reading Delta Stops Codesharing with Aeroflot Due To Russian Invasions Of Ukraine
I love coming across funny signs both at home and while traveling around the world. Most of the time these signs aren’t meant to be funny, regardless, humor can be found in them.
From time to time, I post about funny signs which I call, Ridiculous Street Signs.
I recently posted about a sign I came across in Kyrenia, Northern Cyprus. This led to an e-mail from a reader who wanted to contribute a sign she came across in the suburbs of Moscow Russia. Continue reading Contributor Ridiculous Street Signs #13: No Bunny Fare Allowed- Moscow, Russia
There’s been lots of situations with passengers going crazy during flights.
Earlier in the week, a passenger on a Siberian Airlines flight may’ve taken the prize for most disgusting behavior on a plane. Continue reading Siberian Airlines Passenger Goes Crazy During Flight
A fire broke out as an Aeroflot flight landed in Volgograd, Russia earlier in the week.
Surprisingly, most of the passengers stayed calm, “as the cabin filled with smoke,” according to Fox News. Continue reading Fire On Aeroflot Flight, Passengers Come To The Rescue
Last week I wrote about a flight diverted to Shannon, Ireland when a pilot got sick. In early January a flight was diverted when a passenger smeared poop in the plane’s bathrooms!
As you all know flights can be diverted for a variety of reasons. Continue reading Moscow To Cuba Flight Diverted In Atlantic City, NJ
There was a plane crash earlier in the week in eastern Russia and one little girl is very lucky to be alive.
The plane was flying from Khabarovsk to Nelkan when it crashed while attempting to land. Continue reading 3 Year-Old Is Only Survivor in Plane Crash
Membership has its privileges according to American Express, but I’m not exactly sure what the benefits are for receiving Russian citizenship.
Actor Steven Seagal, popular in the early 1990s for movies such as Marked For Death and Under Siege was recently given Russian citizenship by President Vladimir Putin. Continue reading Actor Steven Seagal Gets Russian Citizenship
Can a Russian plane compete with Boeing and Airbus?
While I’m no plane expert or big aviation geek, Russian state media said a new medium-range plane, the Irkut MC-21 was “superior to its Western-made counterparts in many respects“. Continue reading Can This Russian Plane Compete with Boeing & Airbus?
This has got to be one of the stupidest things I’ve read in quite some time…
A Steve Jobs memorial put up outside a college in St Petersburg, Russia back in 2013 has been taken down and the reason why is absolutely ridiculous. Continue reading What Does Russia Have Against Steve Jobs & Apple…
Over the past couple of days there has been lots of media attention and long waits for those looking to get into the Purina One Cat Cafe in NYC. The cat cafe is the first of its kind in North America.
When I first starting hearing about the NYC Cat Cafe it immediately brought back memories of a silly place that we visited a little over a year back while in St Petersburg, Russia.
Kim, Lucas and I headed to Russia for our holiday break in 2013 and visited Moscow (and St Petersburg).
Continue reading Visiting A Cat Museum & Cafe- St Petersburg, Russia