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June 7, 2018

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Airlines

JetBlue revises emotional support animal policy (Source: Las Vegas Sun)
JetBlue Airways announced Tuesday that it will now require additional documentation for emotional support animals.

United testing new system for boarding (Source: Business Traveller)
United Airlines is trying out a new two-line boarding system at airports in Chicago, Houston and Los Angeles.

Airports

Airport growth seen across the board (Source: Travel Weekly)
Increased regional flights by United Airlines, American Airlines and other carriers has seen year-over-year growth at medium-sized and smaller airports in the first half of 2018, according to a study by aviation and data analytics company FlightGlobal.

Reagan National to undergo $374M expansion (Source: Construction Dive)
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has approved a $374 million concourse at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Va.

United to open Polaris Lounge in Newark, N.J., airport (Source: The Avgeek)
United Airlines will open a Polaris Lounge at New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport today.

Hotels

Hyatt Place focuses on guest wellness with new features (Source: Skift)
Hyatt Place has expanded to 305 properties worldwide, and it’s rolling out new features this year focusing on wellness, including access to Exhale spa and fitness studio locations.

Hyatt plans rapid China expansion (Source: CNBC)
Hyatt Hotels President and CEO Mark Hoplamazian says revenue from China is expected to double during the next five years.

NYC’s Essex House stays modern while preserving history (Source: Forbes)
John Rieman, general manager of the Essex House hotel in New York, said the property strikes a balance “between embracing (and, of course, preserving) the grand historic beauty of the 1930s while making sure that our modern, unfussy style of service comes through to the guest.”

Parisians welcome reopening of Hotel Lutetia (Source: The New York Times)
Hotel Lutetia, a Paris landmark that debuted in 1910, reopened this week following a four-year renovation. 

Phoenix Hotel seeks to showcase spirit of San Francisco (Source: Conde’ Nast Traveler)
The Phoenix Hotel in San Francisco seeks to capture the spirit of the city.

Car Rental

Avis debuts 5 facilities at Universal Orlando hotels (Source: Travel Pulse)
Avis Car Rentals recently opened new locations at five hotels at Universal Orlando.

Vacations

Dream Inn holds dream spot on Calif. oceanfront (Source: Travel Weekly)
A beachfront location gives the newly upgraded Dream Inn a unique advantage over competitors in the surfing mecca of Santa Cruz, Calif.

Mexico’s Guadalajara is the perfect culinary travel spot (Source: Travel Age West)
Guadalajara offers travelers a wide variety of Mexican dining options to satisfy their inner foodie.

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