Top 10 in Travel News: Week of February 17, 2016


  1. Could airlines soon be required to let families fly together?
  2. Congress proposes minimum airline seat standards
  3. Elderly couple charged $5000 to reschedule $300 NZ flights
  4. Frontier flight attendant gives list of armed passengers to customer
  5. Giant Royal Caribbean ship damaged in ‘extreme’ storm will return to port
  6. Southwest announces record $620 million profit share for employees
  7. Take a Good Look Around LAX’s People Mover System Plans
  8. Competition and Uber help push down car rental rates
  9. Police find explosive device on rental car at Albuquerque airport
  10. TSA PreCheck Lanes Won’t Be Members-Only Anytime Soon

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