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Posting old vacation photos during coronavirus lockdown could inadvertently get you in trouble. One couple learned that the hard way.

Plus, a number of parked Delta planes came this close to meeting a tornado.

Those are some of the travel-related headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.

Couple Fined for Sharing Vacation Photos

An Australian couple was cited for breaking stay-at-home orders. Where did they go? On vacation — last year.

The pair recently posted pictures of a 2019 trip.

Seems the police are cracking down on people posting images to social media. Anything depicting people taking part in a non-essential activity is cause for investigation.

Tornado Nearly Strikes Parked Delta Jets

Simple Flying reports that the devastating storms that ravaged the southeast produced a tornado that nearly took out dozens of parked Delta planes at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.

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A group of employees thought their 64-year-old coworker would enjoy a ride in a fighter jet.

They were wrong. Very, very wrong. (H/T Rick E.)

Flight Attendants Working Cargo Flights!

American Airlines — like several other carriers — is now flying cargo flights in an effort to bring in some money.

Ben at OMAAT explains that because the planes are configured for passenger carriage, important sensors are missing. So someone must sit and keep a watchful eye over the cargo.

Enter American’s flight attendants!

Singapore skyline cityscape at night.
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Singapore Clean

Singapore wants to assure travelers visiting the country — whenever that is — that certain hotels, theme parks, and other businesses are up to snuff when it comes to cleanliness. The country has established rules for the new initiative, called SG Clean.

— Chris

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