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Scorpion Stings Passenger on a Flight. Delta Gets Down and Dirty with Clean Ambassadors.

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An airline passenger recently felt something strange on his shoulder. Turns out it was a scorpion — who quickly became agitated.

Plus, Delta introduced “Clean Ambassadors” to a bunch of major airports.

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

René told us about his plans for chasing Delta status this year.

And check out his awesome face mask!

DoorDash and Uber Eats gift cards were on sale at Bitmo.

The historic Delta Flight Museum unveiled a new piece: a classic DC-7B that flew for the airline several decades ago!

Disneyland became a COVID vaccination site.

René has some great tips about booking an NCL cruise.

A new Amex Offer gives American Express cardholders an opportunity to enjoy the Peacock streaming service for essentially free during the next three months.

More Travel Headlines!

Passenger Stung by Scorpion During Flight

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Hudson Creates New Store Concept Around Amazon’s ‘Just Walk Out’ Technology

Big airlines ban firearms on flights to Washington, D.C.

Adelson’s death unlikely to change Las Vegas Sands’ course, experts say

Long Beach Airport, Hawaiian Airlines Open COVID-19 Test Site For Passengers

New Security Measures by Airlines Could Be Permanent Long After the D.C. Riots

American Airlines launches first health passport for international travelers flying to US

Mexican Caribbean Tourism Hotspots Offering CDC-Required COVID-19 Tests

This Map of Worldwide Travel Restrictions Shows It’s Not Even Worth Trying

Allegiant Announces Major Service Expansion with 21 New Nonstop Routes, Three New Cities

 

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2 Comments

  1. AlohaDaveKennedy Reply

    When will Brazil stop allowing those emotional support scorpions on planes?

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