Travel News: Week of December 26, 2012

Southwest pushes AirTran integration

Top Travel News Southwest pushes AirTran integration Europe’s highest suspension bridge opens in Switzerland at 3,000 metres above sea level US airlines collected $1.6 billion in fees during 3Q, up 5% from last year, says the LA Times Air Canada targets new leisure destinations with low-cost carrier Rouge Air Canada picks ‘Rouge’ as name of […]

Travel News: Week of December 12th, 2012

Travel News Roundup

Top Travel News Beijing to let travelers stay visa-free for 3 days US Air makes merger offer, AMR pilots approve labor deal Virgin Atlantic Outlines Plans for First U.K. Domestic Schedule Australian Police Warn Against Use of Apple Maps Due to Safety Concerns The Weirdest Travel News of 2012 CNN: Cheap flights, more rail and […]

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