From Mr Adam White.
Sir, Tyler Brûlé admonishes airlines for excuses that are seldom matched by “anything new in the way of innovation” (“Where’s the airlines’ blue-sky thinking?”, Life & Arts, November 16). This is, presumably, as opposed to anything old in the way of innovation? Is Mr Brûlé’s prose excused the rigours of the FT copy desk?
Adam White, Enfield, Middx, UK