Delta Air Lines says its workers will be tested for coronavirus.
Plus, some Holland America employees are reportedly “livid” after being stranded — and fleeced for internet access.
Those are some of today’s travel-related posts I thought you, too, may find interesting.
Delta Employees Will Get COVID-19 Tests
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution‘s Kelly Yamanouchi writes that Delta Air Lines will test all of its employees for coronavirus. The report also says ten of the carrier’s employees died because of COVID-19.
Holland America Charging Stranded Employees for Internet
If you enjoy patronizing companies that don’t treat their employees like dirt, you may want to avoid Holland America.
Business Insider reports the cruise line (which is owned by Carnival — shocker, I know) is charging its stranded crew members for internet service. The price? Forty bucks for 607 mb. A month.
People Taking to RVs for Summer Travel!
Cousin Eddie would be proud.
The New York Post writes that people are taking to RVs this summer for “fun, safe adventures amid chaos.”
Las Vegas Travel Demand “Surges”
An Orbitz spokesperson told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that Sin City is seeing a nice uptick in hotel and flight searches.
What’s Old is New Again at JetBlue
JetBlue is retrofitting each of its A320 aircraft during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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