Top 10 in Travel News: Week of November 2, 2016

VancouverTHE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:

  1. YVR (Vancouver) named best airport in the world
  2. Delta Creates a Class Higher Than First Class
  3. Puerto Rico Has its First Baby Born With Microcephaly From Zika
  4. Boston Dad Passes Out Candy, Takes 3-Year-Old Daughter Trick-or-Treating During Flight
  5. Sheets/Pillow Cases/Robes Are Not Being Changed Between Guests at Hotels
  6. Trump Brand Losing Luster Among Affluent
  7. Air India’s Delhi to San Francisco flight becomes the world’s longest non-stop journey (after switching route)
  8. United Airlines upgrades its onboard audio experience
  9. National Geographic ‘Afghan girl’ arrested in Pakistan
  10. SkyWest pilot arrested for allegedly trying to fly while drunk

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1 Comment on "Top 10 in Travel News: Week of November 2, 2016"

  1. Going to France in March and came across a good app to download.

    The French government has launched a free smartphone app to alert users about possible security incidents, including all major natural, technological and terrorist-related risks. Users will be able to view alerts for up to eight geographical areas. The app, called SAIP (Système d’alerte et d’information des populations), is available in English and French. You can download the app by entering the term ‘SAIP’ in the Apple App store or Google Play.

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