THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:
- Paris has recovered from a long tourism slump
- Great Barrier Reef suffering ‘unprecedented’ damage
- American college graduate beaten to death in Greece
- Royal Air Maroc and Saudi Arabian Airlines are the only remaining airlines that have an electronics ban
- American Airlines ending code share agreements with Qatar, Etihad airlines
- United Wants to Sell Your Seat to Someone Else for More Money
- GOP shifts on new rights for air travelers
- Doctor dragged from United flight breaks his silence
- United Destroys $40K Custom Wheelchair
- New Zealand woman killed by jet plane takeoff on Caribbean island
EVEN MORE TRAVEL NEWS:
- Brawl in first class: Desperate passengers smash bottles of WINE over man and CHOKE him as he tries to open emergency exit on Delta flight -causing the plane to turn around
- The clever reason why Air France developed its own line of gum
- American Airlines delayed a flight because the plane smelled like pee
- Iberia says it will stop requiring female job candidates to take a pregnancy test.
- Emirates, Norwegian Step up Free Wi-Fi
- Tourists urged to rethink elephant rides
- NYT: 36 Hours in Stockholm
- Americans to Spend Over $100 Billion on Summer Travel
- Did a Kid’s Juice Boxes Prompt TSA Threat?
- Does This Photo Prove Amelia Earhart Survived Her Final Flight?
- Blogger discredits claim Amelia Earhart was taken prisoner by Japan
- New Hertz program takes a page from National
- WEBMD Slideshow: Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat
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