Top 10 in Travel News: Week of June 8, 2016


  1. State Department warns Americans about European travel
  2. Rental car recall law now effective
  3. Delta Air Lines to offer all in-flight entertainment free
  4. He’s accused of war crimes in Somalia. Now he works security at a U.S. airport.
  5. I Got Zika While Traveling — Here’s What No One Told Me
  6. Colorado Supreme Court: Ski resorts not liable for avalanches
  7. The airlines most likely to lose your luggage
  8. World’s most expensive airline ticket now on sale: Etihad introduces $79,000 R/T fare from London to Melbourne in ‘Residence’ suite
  9. The airport on the remote island of St Helena has been postponed indefinitely after test flights raised safety concerns.
  10. Itineraries.. A.I.. May book your next trip

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2 Comments on "Top 10 in Travel News: Week of June 8, 2016"

  1. Robert Walters | June 8, 2016 at 1:01 pm | Reply

    Johnny Jet–This reader is generally impressed with your understanding and knowledge of the travel business, but I have one concern: I have the impression that many of the options you recommend are based on your objective judgment, but that others are linked to compensation (in cash or services provided) you receive. If that’s the case, you owe your readers transparency, in the form of identifying “paid” promotions.

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