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September 20, 2018

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Airlines

American makes room for more premium-economy seats (Source: Dallas News)
American Airlines is removing eight business-class seats on its 787-8 Dreamliners to make way for new premium-economy seats. 

JetBlue takes delivery of A321 powered by renewable fuel (Source: Flight Global)
This week, an A321 powered by a 15.5% renewable-fuel blend was delivered to JetBlue Airways, marking its first renewable jet-fuel flight and Airbus’ first aircraft powered by sustainable fuels from its US facilities in Mobile, Alabama. 

United rolls out “Better Boarding” process (Source: Travel Weekly)
United Airlines has launched a new boarding process, called Better Boarding, that has travelers using two lanes instead of five.

Airports

Chicago O’Hare tops OAG Megahubs US Index (Source: Travel Weekly)
Chicago O’Hare International Airport is at the top of OAG’s Megahubs US Index, offering up to 81,913 possible one-stop domestic flight connections over three hours.

Travelers happier than ever before with North American airports (Source: USA Today)
Travelers are reporting record levels of satisfaction with US airports, according to the J.D. Power’s 2018 North America Airport Satisfaction Study.

Hotels

Lodge Kohler offers easy access to Green Bay’s Lambeau Field (Source: KIDY10)
Lodge Kohler opened last year in Green Bay, Wis., only 100 yards away from Lambeau Field.

Vacation

Glamping coming to Yosemite in 2019 (Source: Travel Pulse)
The startup AutoCamp is adding a destination close to Yosemite National Park in California next year.

Historic estate opens as lodging (Source: Robb Report)
The historic Francis House in Calistoga, Calif., has opened as a luxury inn after being closed for more than five decades.

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