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Delta sure found itself getting lots of ink today.

Plus, Hawaii may welcome back tourists — but keep them inside a virtual bubble.

Those are some of the stories I thought you, too, may find interesting today.

Big News Day for Delta

Delta popped up in a bunch of headlines today. And when it comes to wearing masks, the airline isn’t messing around.

Hawaii “Resort Bubbles”

TravelPulse reports, “Three Hawaiian Islands are considering creating ‘resort bubbles’ so that visitors can quarantine with a vacation-like experience at hotel properties.”

In other “bubble” news, Major League Baseball decided against keeping its teams in a virtual bubble. And that seems to have backfired. The San Diego Union-Tribune provided a glimpse into their local Padres will handle its first road trip of the year.

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1 Comment

  1. Regarding above link to an external blog “Delta’s Seat Blocking Policy Has A Crack In It…” wherein commenters are griping about filling up Delta One seats on China flights:

    My wife and I were able to upgrade these China flights last October to Delta One. On our planes the compartment walls are pretty high and *very* isolating (no cuddling on those flights).

    There’s far more isolation than in my office building with covid-compliant cubicle wall “extensions”.

    I’m not sure why there are gripes about these flights filling up compartments, compared to ordinary open business class seating without barriers, or even the original Delta One where you’re somewhat separated only when seat is down flat.

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