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TSA Extends Use of Driver’s Licenses

Existing driver’s licenses from all 50 states will still work as ID on domestic flights until Oct. 1, 2020, according to the Transportation Security Administration, even though federal signs at airports had said otherwise. The changes relate to new identification standards that are coming into place called REAL ID, which will eventually require people to have a new form of identification or an alternative for domestic air travel. Signs at airports had said, “Starting January 22, 2018, you will need an alternative ID to fly if you have a driver’s license or ID issued by any of the following states: Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Washington.” 

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Delta Air Lines sends its last Boeing 747 to Arizona 'boneyard'

ABOARD DELTA FLIGHT 9771 FROM ATLANTA — Passengers wrote on the cabin walls. There was free champagne for all onboard. And there was a wedding in economy class.

Delta Flight 9771 was anything but ordinary, and that was by design.

The Wednesday flight from the world’s busiest airport in Atlanta to a remote salvage yard in southern Arizona marked the last time that Boeing’s 747 jumbo jet would fly for a U.S. passenger airline.

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Hospitality Industry Experts Share Trends, Insights and Predictions for 2018

As the calendar year races to a close for 2017, I thought I'd recap on the changes in the global hospitality industry and look ahead to where 2018 will take us. I've gathered intel from hospitality industry luminaries finest to talk trends, the power of social media, and what's next in the world of travel and hotels; from solo travel, to laid back luxury, to the continued evolution of boutique hospitality.

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