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Autistic boy booted off plane for no mask

2 hours ago   |   Travel News

A woman has slammed a US airline after they allegedly booted a three-year-old autistic boy off a flight because he would not wear a face mask.
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Airlines tried to stop ticking virus time bomb

3 hours ago   |   Travel News

Qantas and Virgin Australia tried to prevent potentially infected passengers from the Ruby Princess boarding their flights but were ultimately powerless to stop it, a media...
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American considering cutting flights to many smaller cities

8 hours ago   |   Newsday   |   2 articles

American Airlines is considering dropping flights to up to 30 smaller U.S. cities this fall
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American Airlines considering a cut in service

10 hours ago   |   Travel Weekly   |   2 articles

With Cares Act payroll support set to expire Sept. 30, the airline is preparing to cut flights to up 30 small and midsize U.S. destinations.
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JetBlue achieves carbon neutrality for domestic flights

11 hours ago   |   Travel Weekly

The airline reached its goal primarily by buying carbon offset credits, with an assist from its use of sustainable aviation fuel on flights out of San Francisco.
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Young boy who won't wear mask removed from flight

13 hours ago   |   CNN   |   2 articles

Southwest Airlines removed a three-year-old and his family from a flight after the boy wouldn't keep his mask on.
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American Airlines passenger hits gate agent in Phoenix after being denied boarding for not wearing a mask

American Airlines passenger hits gate agent in Phoenix after being denied boarding for not wearing a mask

15 hours ago   |   USA Today   |   2 articles

American Airlines said the woman could not board her flight from Phoenix to Las Vegas because she refused to wear a mask.
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U.A.E. Requires Negative COVID-19 Test Upon Entry

16 hours ago   |   Global Traveler   |   2 articles

The United Arab Emirates announced all inbound travelers are required to carry proof of a negative COVID-19 test to show upon arrival. This requirement will be upheld by all...
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News: WTTC calls on UK to offer global tourism leadership

19 hours ago   |   Breaking Travel News

Over 100 major travel and global business leaders - from airlines, airports, hotels, tour operators and travel companies - have backed the unprecedented move.
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Nonstop flights between New York and Los Cabos to begin this month

1 day ago   |   Travel Weekly   |   3 articles

Steve Harfst, Eastern's president and CEO, said the airline will fly between New York JFK and Los Cabos on Saturdays and Wednesdays.
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