Roundup: Bloggers Influence Your Travel?, New JetBlue Service, Sinemia Accounts, Read Fine Print for $10K, Pilot Orders Pizza for Passengers

This is a list of news from around the web which I came across in the last few days. I found these articles interesting and somewhat related to the travel and deal content you regularly see here at Danny the Deal Guru. Sometimes just interesting and not related at all, but I hope you enjoy them just the same. If you come across any interesting articles, please send them my way.
News Roundup

Have Influencers, Bloggers & Social Media Skewed Our Travel Perceptions & Enjoyment?

Do bloggers influence your travel? Do you go to the Maldives because of influencers or because they have the best snorkeling on earth?  Read more here.

JetBlue is adding hourly flights from Boston to NYC and Washington DC

JetBlue is making it easier for Bostonians to get to the Big Apple and our country’s capital, by launching an hourly service to both destinations. Read more here.

Sinemia says it won’t give subscribers details on why it terminated their accounts

Sinemia said that it would not provide further details on the cancellations to former subscribers, and that its customer service representatives don’t even have access to the information (Sinemia’s “internal fraud team” does). Meanwhile, Sinemia was also asking for tips. Read more here.

Woman reads fine print on insurance policy, wins $10,000 in hidden contest

A self-proclaimed “nerd” from Georgia read the often-ignored fine print on an insurance contract — and it ended up winning her $10,000. Read more here.

A pilot had pizza delivered to his planeload of passengers who were stuck during a snowstorm

Air Canada Flight 608 left Toronto bound for Halifax, Nova Scotia, on Monday night, but bad weather in Canada forced the aircraft to be diverted to Fredericton, New Brunswick. After several hours stuck in the plane, the pilot decided to order food. Read more here.


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