Delta Airlines Cabin
Taken from blog.Delta.com.

Here are some of the relevant travel news headlines and stories from the previous week through today:

  • Orlando with yet another theme park – This time, a new water park, called Volcano Bay, will open in the destination city. (OS)
  • North Korea’s ambitious tourism hopes – The secretive nation has the backing of their feared and idolized leader to once again start promoting the country as a destination for travelers. (Skift)
  • Delta tries unique new time-saving measure – The Holy Grail for airlines seems to be how to manage getting passengers boarded and seated and baggage stowed overhead as quickly as possible; this week, Delta began “preloading” carry-on baggage for passengers, hoping that will decrease the traffic in the aisles. (TIME)
  • US adds 10 new airports to preclearance – The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is expanding its Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) preclearance program, adding these 10 new international airports: Brussels Airport, Belgium; Punta Cana Airport, Dominican Republic; Narita International Airport, Japan; Amsterdam Airport Schipol, Netherlands; Oslo Airport, Norway; Madrid-Barajas Airport, Spain; Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Sweden; Istanbul Ataturk Airport, Turkey; and London Heathrow Airport and Manchester Airport, United Kingdom. (Skift)

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