THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:
- JetBlue is testing a $5 checked carry-on fee
- Air New Zealand to start non-stop Auckland to New York route
- Southwest Will Look at Buying Jets Other Than Boeing 737s After 48-Year Run
- Non-fliers can now enter secure terminal areas of Detroit Airport
- Messages from former Boeing test pilot reveal Max concerns
- Air Canada will no longer call passengers ‘ladies and gentlemen,’ and will use the gender-neutral term ‘everybody’ instead
- New California Law Lets Drivers Eat Their Own Roadkill
- UK Woman Kicked Off Aerolineas Argentinas Flight After Informing Crew She Had a Nut Allergy
- “Serial stowaway” arrested at Chicago airport for 2nd time
- The Flight Shaming Phenomenon Is Here
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- Lufthansa passenger’s cat goes missing after Munich to DC flight
- British man becomes first person to fly around the world on a gyrocopter
- Boeing to invest $20 million in Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic
- New biometric system at Dubai airport: No passport or boarding pass needed
- Man Detained After Forcing Himself Onto American Airlines MIA-EWR Flight
- Retiring American pilot gives his wings to youngster
- What is it like to visit Hong Kong right now?
- How much do you tip in the U.S.?
- Airline Food Waste Is a Problem. Can Banana Leaves Be Part of the Solution?
- Why Do Americans Drive Automatic—But Most of Europe Drives Manual?
- The most haunted hotel in every state
- Airline Seatback Screens May Be an Endangered Species
- Congress takes on ‘hidden fees’ at hotels and resorts. Here’s what it could mean for travelers
- The State Department is telling US tourists that El Salvador is now as safe as Denmark
- Flights in the U.S. Are Predicted to Be the Cheapest in Six Years This Month
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