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October 5, 2017

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American Airlines to remodel Boeing 737-800, Airbus A321 interiors (Source: Frequent Business Traveler)
American Airlines will revamp the interiors of its Boeing 737-800 and Airbus A321 aircraft, replacing the seats with a thinner, lighter and more comfortable Meridian seat made by Rockwell Interior Systems.

Southwest introduces 8 Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes  (Source: NBCDFW)
Southwest Airlines has brought into service eight new Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes.

United details how new overbooking compensation system works (Source: Chicago Business Journal)
United Airlines launched a new voluntary overbooking compensation system Tuesday that will notify passengers upon checking in if they may be on a flight with potential overbooking problems.


$1.2B expansion planned at Nashville airport (Source: USA Today)
Officials unveiled design concepts for a $1.2 billion expansion of the Nashville International Airport.

Ireland’s Dublin Airport to deploy 20 biometric entry gates (Source: Biometric Update)
The Irish Naturalization and Immigration Service will deploy 20 biometric ABC eGates at Dublin Airport.


Atlanta is the perfect family vacation spot (Source: Travel Pulse)
Atlanta is a hot city for tourists, with its Centennial Park District offering a bevy of fun options for couples and families.

Spending a weekend in Calif.’s Sonoma County (Source: NY Times)
Sonoma County, Calif., has so much more to do than wine and vineyard tours.

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