THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:
- Air marshals have conducted secret in-flight monitoring of U.S. passengers for years
- Hapag-Lloyd Cruises faces backlash over shooting of polar bear
- American Airlines adds one carry-on to Basic Economy options
- Hawaiian Airlines flight attendants save girls from human trafficking
- American Airlines Settles Baggage Fee Lawsuit — How Much Are You Owed?
- Airline Apologizes After Passengers Post Bed Bug Photos, Complain About Post-Flight Bites
- Ohio man called in bomb threat so he would not miss a flight
- Wave After Wave of Garbage Hits the Dominican Republic
- Greece Wildfires: Is It Safe to Travel to Greece?
- Ryanair: Pilots to Strike Again on First Friday in August
EVEN MORE TRAVEL NEWS:
- Yelp is rolling out nationwide a program that puts health-inspection scores on eateries’ pages on its review site
- It’s called vomit fraud. And it could make your Uber trip really expensive
- Summer is high season for these six (avoidable) travel scams
- Bed Bugs Have Found a New Home: Airplanes. Here’s How to Spot Them
- 10 Train Routes in Europe That Are Faster Than Flying
- Amsterdam’s red light district without a condom? ‘Not for a million!’
- The 10 U.S. Airports Where You’re Most Likely to Be Hacked
- TIME—Europe Made Billions from Tourists. Now It’s Turning Them Away
- Marriott, Airbnb see opportunity in selling ‘experiences’
- Cruise Lines Are Trying to Win Over Millennials – With Trampolines and Sky Bikes
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