Top 10 in Travel News: Week of September 23, 2015


  1. TSA Ends Precheck Free Rides With Shut Down of Managed Inclusion Program
  2. Concorde fans hope to get jet airborne by 2019
  3. Here’s what it’s like to travel like a pope
  4. Drunk air passengers could be banned from boarding UK flights
  5. New Law Means German Hotels and Public Spaces May Finally Get Free Wi-Fi
  6. US eases rules for ferry, cruise travel to Cuba
  7. American Airlines launches real time bag tracking service
  8. Someone rented 37 cars in just 2 days in order to earn 185,000 SAS EuroBonus miles
  9. The airlines that earn the most from baggage fees
  10. Airlines rake in $5.5 billion, most profitable quarter since 2007

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