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Writer: Should Other Countries Issue “Police Brutality” Warnings for the US? EasyJet Apologizes to Italy

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A writer wonders if countries should issue travel advisories for the United States — because of police brutality.

Plus, EasyJet learned a hard lesson: don’t mess with Italy.

We’ll get to those stories and many more in a few minutes. But first, here’s a quick recap of this week at Rene’s Points!

Some airlines aren’t serving alcohol on board flights. So is it legal to bring your booze on a plane? (Hint: yes. But…)

My life changed dramatically when my daughter arrived a few years ago — and travel was no exception.

Like many readers, René lives in an area served by a small airport. He questions whether he’ll return to his old haunt — or drive to bigger cities to begin his journies.

Amsterdam might look very different after COVID-19.

Also in the ‘DAM, Schiphol airport is trying something new for its operations: drones.

Delta is banning some passengers who don’t abide by its mask policy. This comes a couple of days after CEO Ed Bastian said the airline won’t use force against people who don’t comply.

René wrote a fun piece about items Delta could sell to raise money.

Children are not welcome at a new Las Vegas hotel which aims to bring back an old school vibe.

As of press time, these leakproof toiletry bottles are still on sale for 50% off (when you use the applicable promo codes).

United Airlines flight attendants now have something else to bring on trips: thermometers.

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