THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:
- American Airlines Announces New Flights From Los Angeles to Sydney and Qantas Adds San Francisco
- Delta Expands a Test to Take Your Carry-On Bags Onboard for You
- Four Airlines to Add a Fee for Booking with Online Travel Agencies
- Tourists bought $400 tickets for free ferry ride
- Airbus A330 Flies For 25 Minutes Over The Pacific With Both Engines Out
- Flight attendant who denied soda can to Muslim will no longer serve United customers
- Beijing public smoking ban begins
- Lufthansa fined $31,000 after business class passenger complained that his seat only semi-reclined
- Disabled woman suing airline after she was forced to crawl on to plane
- Man faces lawsuit after piling up $48,500 in gift cards by exploiting a hotel rewards glitch
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- Couple makes travel vows on JetBlue flight — and crowdfunds a real wedding
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- The Origins of ‘Bucket List’
- Norwegian Air Shuttle created an emoji-only web address to reach millennials
- The US Wants More Preclearance Facilities, But Not Everyone Will Like This
- Why the TSA catches your water bottle, but guns and bombs get through
- U.S. Woman Sets Out to Row 6,000 Miles Across Pacific
- Kate Moss escorted off easyJet flight by police after apparently becoming ‘disruptive’
- London Will Again Be the Most Popular City for International Visitors in 2015
- These are the world’s 50 best restaurants. You’ll need a passport for 44 of them.
- Flavor Flav Helps Out Southwest Airlines Flight Attendants
- Student Legally Changed Name to Avoid Airline Ticket Name Change Fee
- 5 Steps to Take Before Canceling a Credit Card
- SAS airlines will limit the number of alcoholic beverages (3) served to each person.
- South African Airways begins direct flight from Dulles to Ghana
- Medical emergencies in the sky: What happens if you get ill on a plane?
- Guide to Premium Economy
- 5 Redemptions that Show SkyMiles Are Far from Worthless
- Five myths about traveling with pets
- Starwood Working Out Wrinkles on Keyless Entry 6 Months In
- People cheer as ‘drunk passenger’ is escorted off plane after forcing an emergency landing
- Chicago passengers sees more flights, lower fares
- How do you solve a problem like the TSA?
- Quiz: What country should you move to?
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