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Las Vegas is barely open — and someone already picked off a casino.

Plus, the Eiffel Tower (the one in Paris — not Las Vegas) will soon reopen.

Those are some of today’s travel headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.

New York-New York Robbed

The LVRJ reports a would-be Danny Ocean robbed the main cage at Las Vegas Strip hotel New York-New York early this morning.

A blackjack table is seen at New York-New York Hotel & Casino resort -- an M Life property -- on the Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada.
A blackjack table is seen at New York-New York Hotel & Casino resort on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada.

The genius hightailed it — to the MGM Grand across the street where he was later apprehended.

Paris’ Eiffel Tower Opening!

The Eiffel Tower reopens on June 25 — though access to the top deck won’t yet be allowed.

Are These Famous Landmarks Doomed?

Speaking of iconic landmarks, MSN wonders if several famous locations — such as Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and Hong Kong’s Ocean Park — can survive after the COVID-19 pandemic.

Delta Launches New Division

Delta announced the formation of new division inside the corporation: Global Cleanliness.

Delta Aircraft Cleaning

According to Delta, “The Global Cleanliness organization will further develop and execute Delta’s cleanliness standards, methods and quality management to ensure a consistently safe and sanitized experience across our facilities and aircraft for employees and customers, alike.”

The Elimination of Airline Fees?!

Condé Nast Traveler wonders if we’ll see airline fees (seat selection, etc) go away.

Hint: I don’t think so.

— Chris

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