Here’s where you should be traveling in 2018.
And they’re all non-stop.
Start booking your 2018 flights now: On Thursday, Delta announced plans to expand trans-Atlantic service, reports USA Today.
For starters, the Atlanta-based airline will make traveling from the West Coast to Europe much easier, with three non-stop flights from LAX to Paris per week and four to Amsterdam. It will also be adding regular non-stop service from Orlando to Amsterdam and Indianapolis to Paris. From Charles de Gaulle and Schiphol, travelers will be able to connect to flights across Europe, Asia, and Africa on Air France and KLM, both of which are partners with Delta.
Source: Delta Is Adding a Ton of New Flights to Europe
Ride-hailing app Uber is “not fit and proper” to operate in London, the transport regulator says.
Source: Uber London loses licence to operate – BBC News
Given Amazon’s interest in a sizable city with good transportation, strong schools and a talented workforce,
Amazon has asked interested cities to share how it may acquire software engineers, and Pittsburgh has a great answer: pull talent from Carnegie Mellon University. Each year the local university graduates a fresh crop of world-class engineers. The University of Pittsburgh — which has a computer science department — would be another place nearby to recruit.
Source: 8 cities fit for Amazon’s second headquarters – Sep. 11, 2017
Walgreens’ $4.38 billion acquisition of Rite Aid stores could give it more locations than rival CVS.
Source: Walgreens to grow by 1,932 stores with Rite Aid deal – Chicago Tribune
Daniell Rider posted a photo last Thursday to the company’s Facebook page of a display of cotton stems on a shelf at a Hobby Lobby store and demanded the retailer remove the product.
Source: Woman’s complaint about Hobby Lobby cotton display goes viral | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio | Columbus News, Weather & Sports
SOMERSET – The owners of a local coal fire plant announced plans to pursue the construction of what they described as one of the largest solar farms in New York state.
Source: Solar farm project pitched for Somerset plant | Local News | niagara-gazette.com
(Reuters) – Toys ‘R’ Us Inc, the largest U.S. toy store chain, filed for bankruptcy protection late Monday, the latest sign of turmoil in the retail industry that is caught in a viselike grip of online shopping and discount chains.
Source: Toys ‘R’ Us files for bankruptcy ahead of holiday season
International and domestic plane passengers stuck in Auckland as rationing is brought in and airlines are told to refill abroad
Source: Thousands stranded in New Zealand after digger punctures jet fuel pipe
Equifax’s chief information officer and chief security officer are retiring, effective immediately
Source: Two Equifax executives will retire following massive data breach
Target is ramping up holiday season hiring by 43% to boost stores.
Source: Target is ramping up holiday season hiring by 43% | Fortune.com