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THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:

  1. United Airlines raising checked-bag fees beginning in March
  2. Switzerland was just named the safest destination for travellers according to the 2020 Ranking of the World’s Safest Countries
  3. State Dept: “U.S. citizens should reconsider travel by cruise ship to or within Asia.”
  4. United Airlines expanding free sandwich test on some nonstop Hawaii flights
  5. American Airlines, Qatar Airways sign strategic partnership, codeshare deal
  6. Delta testing a new metered boarding process in Atlanta
  7. CLEAR has arrived at St. Louis Lambert International Airport
  8. Bunk beds in economy class? Perhaps soon on Air Zealand’s long haul flights
  9. ‘Kids should sit with their parents’: Petition urges airlines to seat families together for free
  10. United Airlines gives $90,000 in travel vouchers for downgrading passengers

More news: L.A. Times | N.Y. Times | USA Today | CNN | Skift | BBC

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