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Top Travel News

  • Airlines cut deeper into standard legroom
  • Ikea To Launch Budget Hotel Chain
  • Philadelphia’s Terminal F is getting a $127 million expansion and makeover
  • Orbitz fined $50,000 for failing to clearly disclose baggage fees
  • JetBlue fined $90K for violating passenger rights
  • Border agents are using a first-of-its-kind avatar to help them screen trusted travelers crossing into the U.S.
  • Man is sentenced to 6 months in prison for pointing laser at planes
  • Audit: FAA ineffective in program to keep animals from hitting planes
  • Cruise passenger sues P&O Australia for ‘cougar’ jab
  • Grizzly bear kills backpacker in Alaska’s Denali National Park
  • Sleepy passenger goes on 18-hour round trip after missing stop
  • JetBlue, WestJet shrink legroom for coach seats
  • FAA reconsiders limits on consumer electronics in the sky

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  • T-Mobile to launch new unlimited data plan
  • The amazing shrinking airline industry

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1 Comment On "Travel News: Week of August 27th, 2012"
  1. bryce|

    Hey Johnny,
    You posted a cool infographic a few weeks ago, and I stumbled across this one I thought you might want to use. I forget just how big the travel/tourism industry is sometimes. Keep up the great work!