Top 10 in Travel News: Week of May 13, 2015


  1. New DOT ruling lets airlines back out of mistake fares
  2. Appeals court rules FAA can allow cellphones and other electronics during takeoff and landings
  3. Average Domestic Airfare Is The Highest Since 1995
  4. Saudi airline cancels contract after plane taken to Israel
  5. ‘Pilot uneasy’: Autistic child kicked off US flight with emergency landing
  6. Bag fees boost airline profits by billions
  7. US government approves first wave of Cuba ferry services
  8. ISIS Opens 262 Room Luxury Hotel. Really.
  9. American Airlines debuts Dreamliner: Will fly DFW-Chicago before serving Beijing route
  10. Woman suing United for $5 million (yep, $5 million) after her $7.99 in-flight DirecTV didn’t work

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