Going to LAX? Masks will be mandatory next week. Plus, you can enjoy the hotel vibe — with free playlists created by different resorts around the world!
Those are some of the travel and points headlines I thought you, too, might find interesting.
LAX: Everyone Must Wear a Mask
Starting on Monday, May 11, one of the United States’ largest airports will require everyone on site to wear masks.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) tweeted the announcement yesterday.
Face coverings will be required for anyone at LAX starting Monday, May 11. Face coverings can include bandanas, scarves, T-shirts or other fabric materials held in place. Please do your part to help save lives. pic.twitter.com/EYZlZ1v9JV
— LAX Airport (@flyLAXairport) May 7, 2020
Get in the Hotel Mood — with Music!
Forbes writes about several hotels that curated playlists to help you mentally visit some of your favorite places in the world. (A free Spotify membership is required to stream the playlists).
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Vienna International Airport Offering Coronavirus Tests
Travel + Leisure reports that Vienna International Airport now offers passengers coronavirus tests — which may save them from the country’s 14-day mandatory quarantine.
Nearly Half of Americans Might Not Fly Until COVID-19 Pandemic is Over
A study indicates 48% of Americans won’t feel confident flying until the coronavirus pandemic is finished. Travel Weekly‘s Robert Silk adds that “just 19% of respondents said their opinion of airlines has improved during the pandemic, less than all other industries it asked about except for real estate.”
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