Travel newsTHE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:

  1. Fast-growing Aer Lingus makes Seattle its 12th U.S. destination
  2. The world’s best boutique hotels of 2017
  3. Woman claims American Airlines ignored safety rules, forced her child to fly on her lap
  4. United weighs purchase of new Boeing 767 passenger jets
  5. American Airlines honors flight attendant for 60 years of service
  6. Robert Mugabe Names Zimbabwe’s Main Airport After Himself
  7. Emirates Places Large (10) 787-10 Order
  8. Alaska Airlines flies away from Havana, Cuba in January
  9. Airbnb acquired Accomable, a startup which offers accommodation suitable for guests with disabilities
  10. The American App Now Allows Same Day Flight Changes & Standby

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