Top 10 in Travel News: Week of November 12, 2014


  1. The US and China will grant visas valid for up to a decade to visitors between the two countries
  2. Canada imposing quarantine measures on travellers from #Ebola countries
  3. AA flight attendants reject contract, arbitration next
  4. Homeland Security tightens screening of foreign air travelers
  5. Air Canada staff subjected to abuse after carry-on crackdown
  6. Spirit releases ‘State of Hate’ report
  7. Westjet installing slimmer seats and will add extra row of seats on some 737 aircraft
  8. Flight attendants at American Airlines (world’s largest airline) vote down proposed 5-year contract
  9. BART link to Oakland airport to open before Thanksgiving
  10. Boston announces direct Tel Aviv flights on El Al

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