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Future Delta Employees Must Be Vaccinated, May Restrict Current Workers Who Refuse Inoculations

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Delta Air Lines will require that new hires be vaccinated against COVID-19 — and current employees not getting the shot may face work limitations.

Plus, LAX’s Theme Building celebrates a big birthday next month — but is it part of the airport’s big renovation plans?

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

Delta CEO: New Employees Must Get COVID-19 Vaccination

Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian told CNN’s Richard Quest that anyone “joining Delta in the future we will mandate to get vaccinated before they can sign up with the company.”

What about current employees who decline the vaccine? They might face restrictions — such as not being allowed to work international flights.

Happy 60th to LAX’s Theme Building — But How Many More Birthdays Does it Have?

Even if you’ve never been to LAX, you probably recognize this structure:

Theme Building and tower of Los Angeles International Airport at dusk
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The LAX Theme Building (which served as the inspiration for U2’s 360 Tour stage) turns 60 years old in June. But how does it fit into LAX’s modernization project?

Elsewhere:

A new airline is defending its plan to use college students as cabin crew after blowback from the US’ largest flight attendant union

Florida Governor Not Backing Down After Norwegian Cruise Line Threats

Silver Sands Motel owner fights ‘Hamptons style’ resort makeover

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