Here are some of the relevant travel news headlines and stories from the previous week through today:
- Third and final phase of High Line completed – New York City is welcoming the opening of its iconic High Line Park’s Phase 3, its northernmost section. (Gothamist)
- NetJets to China – Warren Buffett’s charter airlines won approval to fly private charters in China. (Skift)
- Dubai adding medical tourism to reasons to visit – The rich Middle Eastern city is trying to become a medical tourism destination, as well. (Bloomberg)
- HotelTonight ups booking to week – The game changing mobile application now allows its users to book discounted accommodations up to a week in advance. (USA Today)
- Argentina limiting travel to stem currency leaving – The South American country is trying to curb outbound tourism to limit the amount of currency leaving its borders. (Bloomberg)
- Europe approves in-flight cell use – European regulators have approved in-flight calling and use of personal electronics at all times during flights. (Skift)
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