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July 07, 2014

Monday Midday Must-Reads

-Delta Air Lines is the latest carrier to cut flights to Venezuela due to the currency issue in that country. Bloomberg News reports that Delta will only have one weekly round trip between Atlanta and Caracas starting on August 1. The carrier currently has daily flights.

-In his latest column for the Washington Post, consumer travel expert Christopher Elliott looks at Resolution 787 being considered by the Department of Transportation. Elliott writes that the resolution "would update the decades-old systems that allow airlines to connect their computer records to travel agents, global distribution systems and, ultimately, you. The new format promises to make booking systems more flexible and affordable by creating a better data transmission standard. But in practice, it would also allow airlines to create customized airfares based on what they know about you. And airlines want to know a lot about you."

-And Cranky Flier took a jaunt out to my home state, Hawaii, to catch up with Hawaiian Airlines. He's breaking out his trip report into several posts, and here's the first one. It will be interesting to see what Cranky thinks of Hawaiian's recent foray into Asia.

-Andrea Ahles


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