Top 10 in Travel News: Week of October 15, 2014

Heart One, the first in Southwest's new livery, sits at a hangar at Dallas Love Field

Heart One, the first in Southwest’s new livery, sits at a hangar at Dallas Love Field

THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:

  1. Southwest Airlines celebrates end of Wright Amendment
  2. Virgin Atlantic cancels Little Red domestic flight service
  3. Marriott to adopt new stricter cancellation policy
  4. Detectives in Dubai are going to be wearing Google Glass so they can fight crime using facial recognition technology.
  5. Federal Officials Cast Doubt on Ebola Travel Ban
  6. Indian couple drowned in Thailand’s beach resort
  7. Marriott to launch wireless charging stations
  8. The Virgin Hotel Chicago Will Open, At Last, on January 15 at $209 a Night
  9. JetBlue, Porter Airlines launch interline agreement
  10. Delta can stay at Dallas Love Field until New Year

More news: LA Times | NY Times | USA Today | CNN | Skift | BBC

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