Change To TSA Liquids Rule: Full-Sized Suncreens Are Permitted Now Through Airport Security.

Apr 11 2021

At the start of the pandemic the TSA began allowing passengers to bring 12 ounces of hand sanitizer through the checkpoint, separate from their freedom baggie of liquids.

And now travelers can also bring a full-sized bottle of sunscreen, since sunscreen has been added to the TSA’s list of ‘medically necessary’ liquids, gels and aerosols.

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An Employee Enforced The American Airlines Dress Code. Then The Backlash Came.

Apr 10 2021

A two-time cancer survivor attempted to board an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Charlotte, but was told she wouldn’t be able to fly unless she covered up her yellow hoodie which said “F- cancer.”

An employee enforced the airline’s dress code. The airline is apologizing – saying the employee should have taken context into account. But each employee is likely to see context differently.

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Malta Will Pay Tourists To Visit This Summer

Apr 10 2021

Malta is giving a new reason to visit: a payment to tourists of up to $261 to encourage the trip, provided hotel accommodations are booked direct.

The country plans to re-open to tourism June 1 and intends to allow anyone that’s vaccinated to enter without testing, or welcome unvaccinated tourists with negative test taken ‘a few hours’ prior to arrival.

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Old IHG Rewards Prices Are Back, Devaluation Reversed At Least For Now?

Apr 09 2021

Earlier in the week IHG Rewards seemed to devalue their points raising the cost of many properties without notice. Indeed, 100,000 points was no longer the most you’d pay for an Intercontinental and it became possible to spend as much as 79,000 points for a single Holiday Inn room night.

Right now prices, in some cases, appear back to where they were before the devaluation.

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