High Speed Train From O’Hare, How Airlines Can Offer Cheap Fares, Denver Expansion Project

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Welcome to The Morning Shave.  We read a ton of travel articles each day for our personal research and to share the best travel tips and tricks with you.  Here are the articles for Tuesday, June 19, 2018, that we think you should read.

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New Zealand Pursuing Electronic Travel Visas. – Great news if you are planning a trip to New Zealand. Hopefully, more countries will incorporate technology into their customs process to expedite the time it takes for visitors to come and go. More time saved equals more time we can spend buying things to stimulate your economy.

A high-speed train coming from the Loop to Chicago O’Hare? – This is truly exciting news for people traveling to and from Chicago. The technology is amazing and if it can reduce transit times down to 12 minutes, it would be a game changer.

These airplane seats allow you to cuddle at 33,000 feet… – Who knew #FlightCuddles was a thing? Newlyweds and people prone to PDA (public displays of affection) will totally love this post about the options you have for being able to sit close to your partner while flying in premium cabin space.

How JetBlue, Southwest, WOW and other airlines can sell insanely cheap tickets and stay in business. – Interesting insights into the pricing models of low-cost airlines and how they actually make their money.

Expansion project begins at Denver’s airport. – With the airport expanding, there will be even more opportunities to stop by the Timberline to use your Priority Pass for some free food and drink.

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