THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:
- New DOT ruling lets airlines back out of mistake fares
- Appeals court rules FAA can allow cellphones and other electronics during takeoff and landings
- Average Domestic Airfare Is The Highest Since 1995
- Saudi airline cancels contract after plane taken to Israel
- ‘Pilot uneasy’: Autistic child kicked off US flight with emergency landing
- Bag fees boost airline profits by billions
- US government approves first wave of Cuba ferry services
- ISIS Opens 262 Room Luxury Hotel. Really.
- American Airlines debuts Dreamliner: Will fly DFW-Chicago before serving Beijing route
- Woman suing United for $5 million (yep, $5 million) after her $7.99 in-flight DirecTV didn’t work
EVEN MORE NEWS:
- New app will allow Alaska Airlines flight attendants to know their passengers
- JetBlue flights to get Amazon Prime video streaming
- Inside the Mind of a Miles Expert: An Interview with View from the Wing’s Gary Leff
- Restaurant creates plates designed to look good on Instagram
- Delta loyalty members favor Hawaii as an award destination
- This new satellite tech will finally make your Gogo inflight wifi fast
- Star Alliance adds fast lanes
- Which frequent-flier program soars? Answer is up in the air.
- Want friendlier flight attendants? That’ll cost you
- United Airlines to fly 787-9 out of Houston
- Air Canada flight to Tokyo passenger gives birth on plane
- Cruise ships cancel Puerto Vallarta port calls
- Southwest, Delta post highest on-time arrivals for April
- Proposed Reno-London flights grounded by Fed red tape: Airline pulls out due to shortage of customs agents
- Nintendo themed rides coming to Universal
- Social media means big business for Australian tourism
- Charlotte airport debuts restaurant from NASCAR driver
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