The Fly Angle, Episode 13: WSJ’s Scott McCartney Looks Back at “The Middle Seat” — And What’s Next For Airports

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In This Episode:

Pulitzer Prize-winning Wall Street Journal writer Scott McCartney recently wrapped up his popular longtime “The Middle Seat” column — and now he’s sitting down with The Fly Angle to talk about what’s in store for airlines, flyers and the future of aviation. Meanwhile, co-hosts Mary Griffith and Jake Potter trade their favorite airport foods and explore the popular Global Entry program. 

Episode Guests:

Scott McCartney is a Wall Street Journal senior writer and author of a weekly column on airlines and travel called “The Middle Seat,’’ which is one of the Journal’s most-read fixtures. A Pulitzer Prize winner for 9/11 coverage at the Boston Globe, McCartney is adjunct instructor of journalism and public policy at Duke University in Durham. 

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