Top 10 in Travel News: Week of August 27, 2014

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  1. British Airways Customers Can Now Pay $10 To Hold Their Flight Bookings
  2. United Airlines launches self-service kiosks for luggage
  3. Hilton Now Allows Guests to Select Their Exact Hotel Room
  4. Cops called after fliers fight over seat recline
  5. Delta growth spurs hiring of more flight attendants
  6. Airline Releases Child to Wrong Person
  7. Air passengers are happy to bring their own devices
  8. American extends age limit for unaccompanied minor service
  9. #Toronto island airport one step closer to allowing jets
  10. United ending Newark-Edmonton flights

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