Houston (sort of)
Technically this was a trip to Houston, but really it was a trip to take one of the first flights on Boeing's 737 MAX return to service. Did an evening flight the night before, passed out for a few hours at Houston Intercontinental Airport's on-site Marriott, did some work, then cleaned up and walked a few minutes to the terminal. Found a surprisingly edible slice of pizza at Pink's Pizza inside Terminal C at IAH, then over to Gate C12 for the very first revenue flight of a shiny new, factory fresh Boeing 737 MAX 9.
Air Canada's 737 MAX is a more impressive product-- they've kept (and upgraded) seatback screens and whatnot on their 737 MAX fleet, while United, American, and most other carriers have removed them-- but it's still nice to be on a brand-new airplane where everything works.
Well except it didn't. Although to be fair not all of it was the airplane's fault-- apparently Gate C12 has some RFI (radio interference) issues which caused a bit of a delay. And once at altitude, the onboard internet never worked. *sigh*
But at least the flight was pretty smooth, and much like the weekend's New York flight, just managed to beat the storm. Service was also excellent, with the Houston-based flight crew clearly enjoying their jobs, even during a global pandemic. Even the captain seemed to recognize the significance of this flight, noting it was this airplane's very first operational flight from the factory, and chatting with passengers after the flight.