Top 10 in Travel News: Week of December 12, 2018


  1. Delta announced on Monday that emotional support animals will no longer be allowed on flights over eight hours in length, beginning on Dec. 18
  2. Canadian man stuck in Cuba faces second trial, inspires Montreal protest
  3. Delta Air Lines to ditch zone boarding in 2019
  4. Cruise couple held over suitcase cocaine
  5. Why ticket prices on long-haul flights have plummeted
  6. United Airlines takes children on “fantasy flight” to “North Pole”
  7. La Compagnie to fly Newark-Nice route
  8. Air France to ditch half its Airbus A380s: Why no one wants the superjumbo
  9. D.C. man arrested in Atlanta airport after asking Jews on plane to identify themselves
  10. These Are the 19 Most Popular Travel Destinations of 2019, According to Airbnb

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