News and notes from around the interweb:
- Bill Marriott retiring as executive chairman in May and I don’t sense he knows how the past 4-5 years have tarnished his legacy. (Skift)
- Italy set to approve process to sell its national airline, bring Lufhansa in as partner (HT: Brian O)
- It won’t be the ex-CEO of British Airways. Instead former Turkish Airlines CEO to become CEO of Air India. He has his work cut out for him. Meanwhile Air India crew have been banned from duty free because there shopping has been delaying flights.
- Expect Canada to drop pre-travel testing requirement for vaccinated
- Hertz made a false accusation and it didn’t even involve a rental car this company seems to play it fast and loose across the board.
- BA increases surcharges on U.K. departures sticking it to Executive Club members and once again earning the moniker Bloody Awful.