American Airlines Snack Basket And Food For Purchase Changes [Roundup]

News and notes from around the interweb:

  • American Airlines Snack Basket and Food for Purchase changes.

    AA: snack changes pic.twitter.com/mKtePjs40A

    — 🇺🇦 JonNYC 🇺🇦 (@xJonNYC) August 10, 2022

  • The original Motel 6, now $400+ per night

  • O’Hare Airport’s Beagles Are The Best In The Biz At Sniffing Out Illegal Food and they get paid in cookies

  • Truth.

    This lady just whispered “Spirit” when the shuttle driver asked her which airline she and her man are flying. Baby I know you shamed but say it with your chest 😭😂. You getting to your destination by any means necessary and I respect that. 😭😂

    — Young Terrance Cadbury (@TerryDugas) August 3, 2022

  • Qantas adding 30 minutes to domestic-to-international minimum connection times at Sydney and Melbourne and says it will pay hotel costs for any forced overnights that result from required schedule changes in existing reservations.
  • Scottish hotel institutes service charge and passes money onto employees, who are crying foul because they liked tipping better. (HT: @crucker)

    It said that bar and restaurant staff have found that they are between £200 and £300 pounds a month worse off since the hotel management introduced a 10% service charge in January.

    Unite is now calling for a new “Tips Committee” made up of bar and restaurant staff to oversee the “democratic and proportionate” distribution of service charges and card tips.

  • Under Taliban rule, Ariana Afghan Airlines bans women from serving as flight attendants.

  • Will travel be less adventurous, even in the medium-term? It will take awhile before people re-adjust their priors to return to South Asia in large numbers, let alone farther afield or more ‘exotic’ destinations.

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