United Airlines flight attendants have a new uniform accessory: thermometers.
Plus, it seems a third of one country’s pilots aren’t licensed to fly.
Those are some of today’s travel headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.
United Flight Attendants Told to Carry Thermometers
Flight attendants at United Airlines now must bring personal thermometers “for self-assessment health checks as the coronavirus health crisis continues,” Fox News Travel reports.
Fake Pilots Licenses in Pakistan?!
Live and Let’s Fly laid out a pretty compelling case as to why Pakistan International Airlines should be blacklisted. “Pakistan’s Minister for Aviation has revealed that 262 of 860 active pilots (30%) are not really certified to fly. As many as 40% of all ‘pilots’ in Pakistan are not certified.” Good. Lord.
Masks Required at Caesars and MGM Resorts Properties
Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts — two titans of the Las Vegas strip — both mandated that all visitors must wear masks at any of their properties. Earlier this week, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced anyone in Nevada must wear a mask when a public indoor space.
Splash Mountain Gets “Reimagined”
Log flume ride Splash Moutain will lose its Song of the South characters in lieu of a refresh featuring The Princess and the Frog.
Hawaii: Aloha to COVID-19 Guests
Hawaii will welcome tourists this summer — provided they test negative for COVID-19.
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