Monthly Archives: August 2017

Alaska Airlines and Virgin America Customers Are Getting New Amenities

In the past year, Seattle-based Alaska Air Group (NYSE:ALK) acquired smaller West Coast rival Virgin America and made plans to retire that brand. Over a 10-year period, Virgin America has built up a loyal customer base, particularly in the Bay Area, and many of those fans have been worried that Alaska Air would take away the amenities they’ve come to love.

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Pittsburgh airport to allow non-passengers in secured areas

Pittsburgh’s airport will soon become the first in the U.S since 9/11 to allow members of the public who don’t have a ticket into secured areas.

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Is a lost hotel card key a financial risk? We found out

SAN FRANCISCO — Every once in a while, an email or Facebook posting makes the rounds sounding alarms over the supposed danger of used hotel card keys. To stay safe, the reasoning goes, travelers must carefully dispose of them.

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Delta customers at LAX now have CLEAR access for a faster way through security

Biometrics streamline security process in continued effort to ease airport security lines through innovation

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Italy Installs Barriers At Tourism Sites To Block Terror Attacks

Concrete barriers are fast going up around Milan’s Duomo cathedral and the Galleria Vittorio Emanual, the city’s 19th century shopping arcade, to mitigate the damage by car/van terrorist attacks that have mowed down pedestrians at sites such as Las Ramblas in Barcelona, according to several European sources.

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