Here is some of the best travel news and notes from around the Internet:
- Alaska Airlines announced free inflight access to three popular messaging apps. Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Apple’s iMessage will now work on GoGo WiFi-equipped planes for free
- Apple stock price on January 1 correlates with Helicopter accidents killing occupant
- Introducing the world’s first “Modern Toilet restaurant” in Taiwan
- Several travel bloggers shared their 2017 travel resolutions – mine was to “stop worrying about finding the absolutely, positively best deal and just start booking trips and going places.”
- A word of warning if you try to book an award ticket on Air China – they very well may just cancel your ticket and leave you high and dry in the airport
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