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FAA restores Mexico’s top air safety rating

Airlines and other industry players hailed the collaborative work that led to the decision, but others questioned the motives behind the FAA’s downgrade and the time it took to restore Mexico’s safety status.

California governor signs bill lifting state travel ban

The new law also creates a project aimed at encouraging acceptance of the LGBTQ+ community.

Price-fixing class action remains in play against Delta, United

Filing suit in 2015, a class of customers accuses major U.S. airlines Delta and United of conspiring to artificially drive up domestic flight prices.

California bill would lift travel ban for state workers

Senate Bill 447 would also create a new program to encourage acceptance of the LGBTQ+ community and set up a fund for nonpartisan messaging to discourage discrimination.

EU’s top court says Brussels is not required to end visa-free travel for US citizens

In October 2020, the European Parliament passed a resolution demanding the imposition of visas for U.S. citizens until all EU citizens could enter the U.S. freely.

Revelers hurl tomatoes at each other and streets awash in red pulp in Spanish town’s Tomatina party

The festival was inspired by a food fight between local children in 1945 in the town, located in a tomato-producing region.