Travel News

June 4-10: Bill Passed to Reduce TSA Wait; U.S. Approves Flights to Cuba; WOW Starts California Service; MGM Resorts Eliminates Free Parking; & Naked Restaurants on the Rise

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from House passes bill to reduce TSA wait times, U.S. approves flights to Cuba for six airlines, and WOW starts service from San Francisco and Los Angeles, to MGM Resorts eliminates free parking at Las Vegas properties, and naked [...]

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May 7-13: Port Authority Threatens To Replace TSA; Senators Urge Airlines to Drop Bag Fees; Tourist Breaks Historic Statue; Man Threatens to Bomb Plane Over Beer; & Burger King Opens a Sauna

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from Port Authority threatens to replace TSA, Senators urge airlines to drop bag fees for summer, and tourist breaks historic statue in Lisbon, to man threatens to bomb plane after denied beer, and enjoy a Whopper and a sauna. [...]

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April 30-May 8: First US-to-Cuba Cruise in Decades; Oslo’s Solution for International Travelers; TSA Collected $750K in Loose Change; All-Robot Kingdom in Japan Theme Park; & Baby Named After Airline

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from the First US-to-Cuba cruise in decades sets sails, Oslo Airport’s solution for international travelers, and TSA collected $750k in loose change, to Japanese theme park to open all-robot land, and baby born on flight named after airline. Enjoy!

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April 2-8: Senate Says “No” to Regulating Seat Size; Alaska buys Virgin America; Emergency Slide Deployed on Two Separate Incidents; & More

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from Senate voting against regulating seat size, Alaska Airlines buys Virgin America for $2.6 billion, and American drops free hold policy, to legacy airlines change rules on multi-city tickets, and emergency slide deployed on two separate incidents. Enjoy! Senate [...]

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March 26-April 1: Airbus Designs New Cabin Based on Feedback; Virgin America’s For Sale; U.S. Airlines Break Passenger Traffic Record; & More

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from Airbus redesigns cabin based on feedback from millions of passengers, JetBlue and Alaska express interest in buying Virgin America, and U.S. airlines break passenger traffic record, to flight aborted because passenger wants to do yoga, and British Airways [...]

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March 12-18: TSA Wants Shorter Wait Times; SeaWorld Ends Orca Shows; AA Changes Bag Allowance for Premium Cabins; Disney Considers Resort Fees; & Meats from a Vending Machine

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from TSA adding new hires to shorten security lines, SeaWorld ending controversial orca shows and breeding programs, and American changes baggage allowance for some premium cabin passengers, to Disney considers resort fees, and meats from a vending machine. Enjoy!

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March 5-11: Bill to Curb Airline Fees; U.S.-Canada Expand Pre-Clearance Program; Nintendo Announces Theme Park; United Tests Biofuel; Hilton Introduces Concierge Robot; Hotel Turns Down Royal Family

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from bill introduced to curb airline fees, U.S. & Canada expand pre-clearance program, and Nintendo announces theme park to open by 2020, to United tests biofuel, Hilton introduces concierge robot, and hotel turns down royal family. Enjoy!

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Feb. 27-March 4: E-Cigs Banned on Flights; Bill Seeks to End Hidden Hotel Fees; Airlines Officially Apply for Cuba Routes; New World’s Longest Flight; Renters Find Corpse; & El Al Sued for Sexism

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from electronic cigarettes banned on all U.S. flights, bill introduced to end hidden hotel fees, and airlines officially submit application for Cuba flights, to Emirates launches world’s longest flight, renters find corpse in Paris suburb Airbnb rental, and El [...]

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Feb. 20-26: House Passes Bill to Tighten Precheck; Aeroflot Ranked as Best Airline; Airbus Patents Beach Seating; Automated Check-Ins; Hotel to Reward Guests for Conceiving on Leap Day; & More

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from the House passing bill to tighten Precheck, Aeroflot ranked as one of world’s safest airline, and Airbus patents re-configurable beach seating, to automated check-ins, urine related travel stories, and hotel in Israel to reward guests for conceiving on [...]

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Feb. 6-12: China’s Airlines Launch Blacklist; £2,000 in Change Fees; Cruise to Take US Travelers to Cuba; Titanic II Set to Sail in 2018; Rome Raises Fines for Littering; & BA Female Crew Allowed to Wear Pants

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from five China airlines creating their own blacklist, couple charged £2,000 in change fees, and Celestyal Cruises takes US travelers to Cuba, to full scale Titanic replica set to sail in 2018, Rome raises fines for littering tourists, and [...]

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