Top 10 in Travel News: Week of September 27, 2017


  1. Uber loses its license to operate in London
  2. Spirit airplane’s failing engine sends metal shards flying over Michigan neighborhood
  3. Breastfeeding Frontier Pilots, Attendants Await Federal OK To File Discrimination Suit
  4. Qatar Airways becomes the world’s first airline to launch DOUBLE beds in business class
  5. Malaysia Airlines accused of sacking cabin crew for being overweight
  6. LAX gets Dismal Passenger Satisfaction Ranking while John Wayne Airport wins High Marks
  7. Key West Port to Reopen to Cruise Ships; Hurricane Maria forces Caribbean Itinerary Changes
  8. Best and worst airports in US according to new J.D. Power survey
  9. United’s farewell flight for the Boeing 747 sells out in less than 2 hours
  10. Airlines ‘closely monitoring’ situation in Bali as Mount Agung threatens to erupt

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