Here's one question found in enRoute's January edition:
Like any blog, there's room for comments. I noticed they are little thin with respect to feedback.
My post talks about the age on airplane, the Flying Scotsman's last post talks about price:
Photo: Brian Losito
An airliner’s lifespan is based on hours, years and cycles (takeoffs and landings). Fuel efficiency, technological advances and the economy all factor into the equation for retirement of aircraft at Air Canada. The average age of our fleet is approximately nine years. (Air Canada operates the youngest fleet of any North American network carrier.) Our oldest airplane has racked up over 96,000 hours but will retire in 2013, when the sleek Boeing Dreamliner arrives.