THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:
- Fliers paid a record $1.2 billion in baggage fees last quarter
- Family finds Hidden Camera in Carnival Cruise Stateroom
- Delta Orders 100 Airbus Jets for $12.7 Billion in Payback After Boeing Initiated Trade Dispute
- New TSA camera scanner aims to spot concealed explosives
- American Airlines tries to charge mom $150 to check frozen breast milk
- Human League singer denied entry into the Qantas business class lounge for wearing uggs
- Man Biting Passengers On LAX-JFK JetBlue Flight Forces Plane To Turn Around
- 512-Year-Old Shark, Believed To Be Oldest Living Vertebrate, Found In North Atlantic
- A KLM’s 747 final flight was greeted on the runway by a family of deer
- More than 200 passengers aboard Royal Caribbean ship stricken with stomach virus
EVEN MORE TRAVEL NEWS:
- The 27 best under-the-radar places to spend New Year’s Eve, according to the world’s leading travel experts
- National Park Service Slashes Free Days
- The Queen’s unusual jet lag remedy, and 13 more of her fascinating travel habits
- BBC’s 100 greatest comedies of all time
- The 10 most horrifying things tourists did this year
- From phallic towel arrangements to ‘shadow breasts’ and bricked-up windows: Are these the world’s ULTIMATE hotel fails?
- Winning photos from National Geographic’s Nature Photographer of the Year contest
- 19-year-old pleads guilty to sneaking onto Jet Blue red-eye flight to Boston
- The world’s steepest funicular railway opens in Switzerland
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