Daily Bulletin: Tough times in Turkey | Startup to cruise smaller U.S. rivers

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April 26, 2017
Tough times for Turkish tourism, with no end in sight
Operators on the ground in Turkey expressed concern that the impact of political unrest could linger for months, if not years.
Startup plans to
cruise smaller U.S. rivers
The newly formed Grand Majestic River Company is refurbishing an old casino boat into a 70-passenger paddlewheeler.
AA, Delta chasing
vacated Cuba slots
The airlines have joined JetBlue in applying for the right to increase service to Havana.
Delta continues Boston growth
On Sept. 10, Delta will start service to Jacksonville; Buffalo, N.Y.; Austin; Kansas City; and Norfolk, Va.
‘Good common sense’ advised as Hawaii sees spike in disease
This year the state has already hit 11 confirmed cases of rat lungworm, which usually resolves on its own but can be fatal in some cases.
Baha Mar’s Karin Salinas
The resort’s vice president for marketing talked about last week’s soft opening.
St. Louis airport approved to
join privatization program
Under the federal program, publicly owned commercial airports can be leased to private companies, which would run them.
Airbus demonstrates
modular aircraft
The company has stationed a full-sized module cabin gym outside Gate 18 at San Jose’s airport. Throughout May, travelers are welcome to go into the module and to try out the equipment.
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