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7/1/2015

JetBlue's new park on the rooftop of John F. Kennedy International Airport is the first such park to be open to all passengers -- and their pets. The 4,046-square-foot park features food carts, a children's play area and synthetic grass for canine travelers.

7/1/2015

Virgin America is planning to include iHeartRadio digital radio content among the carrier's in-flight entertainment options. The content is "the first step in a robust partnership between Virgin and iHeartMedia and it paves the way for more exciting integrations in the near future," said Virgin America's Michele Laven.

7/1/2015

Qantas First Lounge inside Sydney Airport is expanding seating in its dining room by 30% by converting some of its general seating.

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7/1/2015

In a presentation to investors, in-flight Wi-Fi provider Gogo predicted that its airplane Wi-Fi service will achieve broadbandlike speeds within five years.

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BuzzFeed
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Wi-Fi, Gogo
7/1/2015

A night in a San Franciscan hotel will cost you more than anywhere else in the world, according to figures released by Bloomberg. The city has seen an 88% rise in hotel prices, placing it above Geneva and Milan with an average cost of $397 per night.

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7/1/2015

Late August represents a period known as the "deal zone" -- a time when air fares are reduced to lure passengers even after the holiday period has ended. The lull at the end of August is a great time to book travel, Rick Seaney writes.

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USA Today
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7/1/2015

Southwest Airlines has released its flight schedule for Dallas Love through March of 2016. The airline will add 14 flights a week in August, bringing its traffic to a total of 180 flights.

7/1/2015

Modern communications technology and a competitive job market have created a burnout-rich environment. Foster a healthy work-life balance in your team members to keep them happy and productive.

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Fast Company online
7/1/2015

Alaska Airlines is adding daily service between Los Angeles and Monterey, Calif., as well as a seasonal flight to Gunnison, Colo. The move is in keeping with Alaska's stated goal of making Los Angeles a focus city for the airline. A new route between Boise, Idaho and Reno, Nev., will add to the airline's regional route network.

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7/1/2015

IT provider SITA has unveiled its latest product, Horizon. The system operates as a sales portal for booking flights as well as ancillary services that an airline might want to offer. Most importantly Horizon will track customer data, allowing the airline to create a personalized experience for every passenger.

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Airways News
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