Top 10 in Travel News: Week of June 27, 2017

Travel newsTHE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:

  1. Uber adds tipping for drivers
  2. Evidence shows dogs in Bali are being brutally killed and the meat sold to unsuspecting tourists
  3. EWR or JFK? Cabs in NY know which is faster.
  4. Safe or sickening? American Airlines and its workers at odds over new uniforms
  5. United Airlines to serve Chicago-style pizza from Uno’s on flights 3.5+ hours
  6. AirAsia X CEO Takes to Twitter to Call Off Plans to Fly to Europe and California
  7. Ritz-Carlton isn’t all about hotels anymore. Now it’s launching a cruise line
  8. Overweight man: Spirit Airlines ’embarrassed’ me after taking away my seat
  9. Service animals, emotional support animals, therapy animals — how are they different?
  10. Where to find the darkest skies in the U.S. for serious stargazing

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1 Comment on "Top 10 in Travel News: Week of June 27, 2017"

  1. Elaine Wallace | June 29, 2017 at 12:29 pm | Reply

    Wondering if anyone has commented on WOW Airlines telling over 130 passengers on the morning of a flight from MIA to SXF that their flight was cancelled and not offering any alternative other than a refund or a rebook maybe 3 days later. Do passengers have any recourse. This occurred on June 25th and we heard that this same thing happened the previous week.

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