All Hilton brands move to 48-hour cancellation policy, including the slick new Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills (Image: Waldorf Astoria Hotels) TravelSkills’ 10 most popular posts over the last week (descending order): 1 Cheaper one-way or roundtrip? The old rules are changing CONNECT WITH CHRISChris McGinnis is a travel blogger and editor of TravelSkills.com. You can reach Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @cjmcginnis. 2 Hilton joins Marriott in restrictive 48-hour cancellation rule 3 Which airlines earn most from fees, frequent flyer programs? 4 Routes: More JetBlue Mint + Southwest, Delta, American, Alaska 5 Major Frontier expansion at San Jose, Denver, 19 other airports Frontier shook up the airline industry last week with plans for big expansion. (Image: Frontier) 6 Routes: Delta
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