Top 10 in Travel News: Week of July 6, 2017

THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:

  1. Homeland Security Announces New Airline Measures
  2. Electronics Ban Lifted on Etihad, Turkish and Emirates Underscoring the Big Security Lie
  3. Changes are coming to the United award chart
  4. United Airlines Forces Mom to Hold Toddler for Entire Flight After Purchasing Two Tickets
  5. Minneapolis airport fails 95 percent of security tests, sources say
  6. London to get 50mph ‘urban zip wire’ which will be fastest in any major city in the world
  7. Horizon Air cutting hundreds of flights this summer due to pilot shortage
  8. Southwest Airlines Reducing Service to Cuba
  9. The FAA is examining ways to identify drones in the air and their owners
  10. Boeing’s Latest Plane Is Airlines’ Brand New Way To Make You Uncomfortable While They Make More Money

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