Top 10 in Travel News: Week of December 17, 2014


  1. Delta security flaw lets passengers access others’ boarding passes
  2. Gogo to install Wi-Fi on American Air’s two-class regional jets
  3. Delta rebrands cabins, classes of service
  4. United Airlines is giving each of its 23,000 flight attendants an iPhone 6 Plus
  5. Chicago is going to build its own app to help people hail taxis to compete against #Uber
  6. SeaWorld CEO to step down, job losses planned SeaWorld CEO to step down, job losses planned
  7. American Airlines’ Lucrative Bonus Mile Promotion for Premium Passengers
  8. Mexican pilot fired after singer invited into cockpit
  9. Xiamen Airlines passenger wanted fresh air, so he opened the over wing exit
  10. Oceania Insignia Cancels Dec 17 Cruise After Deadly Fire

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