Top 10 in Travel News: Week of June 18, 2014


  1. #Carryonshame Campaign Aims to Expose Overpacked Travelers
  2. Fancy a trip to space? You can buy it on Alibaba’s Taobao site for $96,400
  3. Yotel ‘micro-hotel’ concept coming to San Francisco
  4. Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport now offering free Wi-Fi
  5. Expedia adopts Bitcoin payments for hotel bookings
  6. Google Updates Flight Search With New Search Options, “I’m Feeling Lucky” Button
  7. Skift Acquires Gadling Travel From AOL
  8. Why TSA’s PreCheck program has failed to keep its promise to business travelers
  9. Japan Lets You Use Your Passport to Get Free Wi-Fi
  10. American to offer nonstop service to China, Hong Kong from DFW

More news: Chicago Tribune | L.A. Times | N.Y. Times | USA Today | CNN


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Top 10 in Travel News: Week of June 18, 2014
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