THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:

  1. Stay Away From Chicago Airports (for Now)
  2. The Air France Pilot Strike Ends With Absolutely Nothing Resolved
  3. Airbus to help develop first supersonic business jet
  4. American Airlines to honor its predecessors, CEO says
  5. American Drops their El Al Partnership November 1
  6. Southwest will use biofuel for SF flights in 2016
  7. LAX speeds up customs process with passport scanners
  8. Delta Gives Employees a Raise and Early Profit Sharing
  9. European airlines can allow you to keep talking on your cell phone even after takeoff.
  10. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport’s new $719 million, 8,000-foot runway is ready for take off

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2 Comments On "Top 10 in Travel News: Week of October 1, 2014"
  1. naoma|

    European airlines can allow you to keep talking on your cell phone even after takeoff. WILL THERE BE NO PEACE IN THE SKY. I CAN DO WITHOUT THE PHONE YAPPERS ON A PLANE!!!!!

  2. naoma|

    i AM MORE CONCERNED ABOUT EBOLA ON A PLANE. THAT IS A REAL KILLER!!!

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