Roundup: Buying Plane Ticket for Chick-fil-A, Coronavirus Lockdowns, AA Shutdown Story, Delta Buys More Korean Air Shares

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, or if you have your own blog and have something relatable please send them my way.

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College Team Buys Plane Ticket Just to Get Lunch from Airport Chick-fil-A

They purchases a one way airline ticket from Albany to Fort Lauderdale for $98 since it was the cheapest flight they could find. The cost per person for the airline ticket was about $5.50. So the captain when into the airport, passed security and bought a Chick-fil-A meal for everyone. It would have probably been better to plan ahead and buy a refundable ticket. Read more here.

Spain Isolates Tourists in Luxury Tenerife Hotel Amid Virus Fears

1,000 tourists at a holiday complex on the Canary Island of Tenerife are placed under quarantine, after an Italian tourist tests positive for coronavirus Read more here.

Delta Buys More Korean Air Shares In Battle To Control The Airline

Delta has increased its stake in Korean Air to 11% and may buy more if it needs to. They spent $49 million for the additional 1% stake. It was only last June they made their first 4.3% investment. Read more here.

AA Shutdown My Account – Forget What We Thought We Knew

Despite all of what you’ve heard or think you know, there might be something new happening here. American Airlines has upped its game and changed tactics. Read more here.

Photos show what Italy is like under lockdown

It was a dramatic weekend for coronavirus cases in Italy. On Friday morning, there were only three confirmed cases. By Tuesday, more than 283 had been confirmed and a seventh person had died. Read more here.

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