Top 10 in Travel News: Week of December 10, 2014


  1. Win for travelers: Congress caps airline-ticket TSA fees
  2. Korean Air Executive Ejects Crew Member After Poor Nut Service
  3. Uber has been banned in Delhi after a driver was accused of raping a passenger
  4. American Airlines Set To Upgrade Fleet And Finally Compete With Delta
  5. Sir Richard Branson to enter cruise business
  6. Alaska Airlines will charge for bulkheads and exit rows next year
  7. Some Frontier passengers remain stuck in Mexico; Flights resume Wednesday
  8. Delta resuming seasonal flights to Hawaii from Twin Cities
  9. Hawaiian joins other airlines in adding seats
  10. North Korea Launches Tourism Website, Citing ‘Growing Interest’

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