Seattle-Tacoma International Airport announced a policy requiring people to wear masks while on site.
Many of us have dreamt of owning a private jet. But one 747 pretty much takes the cake.
Those are some of today’s travel and aviation headlines I thought you, too, might find interesting.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Making Face Masks Mandatory
Sea-Tac is the latest major airport to require passengers, employees, and others to wear masks. Both Los Angeles International and Philadelphia International implemented similar measures today.
Check Out This Amazing 747!
A walk-in shower, large screen televisions galore, and a gorgeous salon are just some of the features inside the world’s largest private 747.
Converting A380s into Cargo Planes?
Simple Flying has an interesting post about why A380s could be great cargo planes — assuming there’s a good way to load their freight.
Disney World Hotels Accepting Reservations
Despite no firm opening date announced for Disney World theme parks, the company’s hotels are now accepting reservations for July.
Las Vegas’ Venetian and Palazzo Opening in June
The Venetian and Palazzo resorts in Las Vegas are scheduled to open next month — and the LVRJ reports “The casino operator also plans to test all workers for COVID-19 before they return.”
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