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April 19, 2018

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Airlines

Southwest Airlines launched new routes on Sunday (Source: Frequent Business Traveler)
Southwest Airlines on Sunday launched new routes, including many from California airports serving Houston, St. Louis, New Orleans, Newark, N.J., and Boise, Idaho.

The odd things flyers can, and can’t, bring aboard (Source: Travel & Leisure)
Columnist Marisa Garcia takes a look at what is and is not allowed on a plane, either in the cabin or as checked baggage.

United Airlines improves entertainment options (Source: Travel Pulse)
United Airlines is improving its personal device entertainment lineup by adding at least one free choice among its streaming options.

Airports

Local barbecue joint opens at Cleveland airport (Source: Travel Pulse)
Sides to go!, a Northeast Ohio favorite featuring Southern-inspired dishes and pit-style barbecue, has opened at Concourse C of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

Hotels

Choice partners with Sercotel in European expansion push (Source: Travel Pulse)
Choice Hotels has partnered with Spain’s Sercotel Hotels as Choice seeks growth across Europe.

Hotel Chicago West Loop showcases works by city’s artists (Source: Chicago Tribune)
Hotel Chicago West Loop features an art annex that showcases work by local artists.

Hotel sector changing with technology, consumer tastes (Source: Hotel News Now)
Industry experts agree the hotel sector is in a period of transition due to technology and travelers’ evolving tastes.

Hotel Revival prepares for official opening in Baltimore (Source: The Baltimore Sun)
The 107-key Hotel Revival in Baltimore is preparing for its official opening May 3. “We like to think we are unique and not like a big-box brand,” says General Manager Beth Brainard.

Technology

Robotic tables help TSA officers screen bags at Texas airport (Source: KHOU11.com)
Transportation Security Administration officers screening checked luggage at Dallas Love Field don’t have to manually pull bags from conveyor belts for manual screening.

Vacations

Chicago has new experiences for summer visitors (Source: USA Today)
Chicago boasts a variety of new hotels, restaurants and attractions just in time for summer tourists.

NYC tops this year’s list of priciest cities for business travel (Source: CNN.com)
ECA International recently released a list of the 10 most expensive destinations to travel to for business in 2018, and New York City ranks No. 1.

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