United Airlines was sued by an NFL player who says he was sexually harassed and assaulted on a Los Angeles to Newark flight.
Plus, Graceland reopens! And the entire NBA may relocate to Walt Disney World.
Those are some of the travel-related headlines that caught my eye today and I thought you, too, may find interesting.
NFL Player Takes United to Court
An unnamed NFL player sued United Airlines. According to ESPN, the lawsuit says the carrier didn’t adequately handle complaints he made that a female passenger allegedly sexually assaulted him during a February flight.
Walt Disney World Resort: Front Runner to Host NBA
Reports emerged today that Walt Disney World Resort might host the NBA this summer — if the association’s season resumes. Here’s a good post explaining why WDW is a great spot for the NBA. (Las Vegas is another city reportedly under consideration.)
Speaking of the 702:
Las Vegas’ Best Bet? Young Gamblers
A new study says young gamblers might the key to helping the gaming industry rebound.
Elvis Presley’s iconic Memphis home reopens Thursday. Temperature checks will be required and guests are encouraged to wear masks. Will some visitors visit with Suspicious Minds? (Sorry. That was a stretch.)
“Cheerio” Might Be a Cabin Crew Compliment
This article explains why it may be flattering if a flight attendant bids you “cheerio” as you deplane.
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