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New York City Temporarily Halts More Uber and Lyft Cars on the Road

The New York City Council passed legislation Wednesday to temporarily halt new licenses of for-hire vehicles like those of Uber and Lyft, in the first action by a major U.S. city to cap the growth of the ride-hailing services. The city council passed a package of bills to regulate the ride-hailing industry, including setting a…
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Canadian Budget Airline Swoop To Fly To The US In October

Swoop Airline is taking its success as a Canadian ultra-low cost carrier to the next level by entering the American market this October. Swoop will be the first ultra-low cost carrier in Canada to offer flights across the border. The airline is anticipating high demand for these flights. Every year, over five million Canadians cross…
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U.S. Travelers Have New App to Report Uncomfortable Aircraft Cabin Temperatures

Tired of sweating (or shivering) through your flights? A new phone app from the Association of Flight Attendants will allow you to report uncomfortably high or low temperatures to the trade group directly from your seat on the plane — no awkward in-flight conversation necessary. Available free to passengers and crews, the AFA’s 2Hot2Cold mobile…
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Airbnb for Work Listings will Flow into Concur

Airbnb and Concur have been TripLink buddies since 2014. Plus, the homes haring site has fed expense data directly to Concur since the same year. Since last summer, however, the two companies have been working on a deeper partnership: integrating Airbnb listings into the Concur booking platform. Announced in July 2017, the partnership will bear…
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