Bringing you what’s new in travel for November 6th 2010 through November 8th 2010:
- You may be tagging your own bags soon – Sean O'Neill recently posted this on This Just In… Newsweek's Travel Blog:
This month, Boston's Logan airport will be the first in the nation to ask passengers to tag their own bags. On some flights on American Airlines and Air Canada, passengers will be encouraged to use kiosks to print their own luggage routing tags. Delta plans to test the same service, but it hasn't yet announced at which airport.
- Google (Chrome) Offering Free Holiday Wi-Fi on Virgin, AirTran, and Delta Flights [Free] – Lifehacker's Kevin Purdy just posted this article:
Google's feeling the gift-giving spirit once again this holiday season. From Nov. 20 through Jan. 2., most flights offered by Virgin, AirTran, or Delta will feature free in-flight Wi-Fi, sponsored by Google and its Chrome browser. More »
Read the rest at Lifehacker
- A380 take-off may be the problem | The Australian –
- Qantas focuses on oil leakage in turbine area of A380 powerplant –
- Slowing Down on a Ranch – Smarter Travel has posted some info about steamboat springs colorado: Vista Verde Ranch, north of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, is the ideal location to slow down and enjoy the scenery, whether it's by horse, snowshoes, or backcountry skis.
Head over to www.smartertravel.com to read the whole article.
- Local businesses sponsor travel bloggers in St. Alban | velvet escape’s… – StumbleUpon –
- http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/blogs/commercial_aviation/ThingsW.. –