– Denver’s airport has a massive scrum at security that funnels passengers into 4 ID checkpoints. 2 of those checkpoints, I learned the hard way, do not take mobile boarding passes. In 2012. Two of them. Paper only. Um, OK. There must be some reason for this. Any ideas?
– BMI Baby, the remaining part of BMI that was not acquired as part of BMI’s sale to British Airways has shut down, leaving about 450 people out of work.
– Nigeria’s Dana Air, which had been shut down in June after a crash that killed more than 150 people, has re-launched following a clean safety inspection. Or so they say.
– Two British Airways pilots have been suspended after a drunken fight at a hotel bar in Rio during a layover.