Top 10 in Travel News: Week of December 13, 2017


  1. Airline fees: DOT abandons effort to make them more transparent
  2. Lyft is now offering rides in self-driving cars in Boston
  3. People keep finding hidden cameras in their Airbnbs
  4. DHS Considers Merging PreCheck and Global Entry
  5. Outbreak of vomiting, diarrhea strikes Ovation Of The Seas cruise ship passengers
  6. Two planes just missed one another as one was nearing take off and another landing on the same JFK runway
  7. Airlines to rake in record $57 billion in passenger fees this year, study shows
  8. A Writer Scammed TripAdvisor Into Believing His Backyard Shed Was London’s Top Restaurant
  9. Worcester Thinking Big with New JetBlue Route to New York JFK
  10. United CEO joins flight attendants in calls to end sexual harassment

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