Top 10 in Travel News: Week of July 7, 2016

Dubai, UAE

Dubai, UAE, a few years back


  1. UAE Urges Citizens To Avoid Traditional Dress Abroad After Man Mistaken For ISIS Terrorist In Ohio
  2. Disney subtly removes gator references from its parks
  3. Investors Dump Airline Stocks as Bad News Persists
  4. Uber is planning to monitor the speed and driving behavior of its drivers
  5. Traveling to Turkey? What Tourists Should Know
  6. More cruise lines cancel Istanbul calls in wake of attack
  7. JetBlue offers complementary PreCheck enrollment for frequent travelers
  8. Machu Picchu tourist dies while posing for photo
  9. US airlines facing major pilot shortage despite rising wages
  10. Travelling to America? US border guards may require your Facebook and Twitter accounts before letting you in

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  1. Robert Walters | July 7, 2016 at 12:28 pm | Reply

    Johnny Jet–You promote all manner of goods and services on your Internet site, which is fine. But, in the name of transparency, can you identify which are paid and which are not? Tell us which products are being touted because you have received reimbursement. Otherwise, some of us will remain cynical and skeptical about all of them. Thanks.

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