The big city takeover of Texas barbecue

(CNN) — Once every four years, influential Texas Monthly magazine comes out with one of its most highly anticipated cover stories.

And it’s not about oil or the economy or politics or tourism. It’s about something that might be taken even more seriously by folks there.

Barbecue. Namely, the 50 best BBQ joints in the Lone Star State.

For people who

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Thousands of Britons stuck at airports as easyJet cancels another 80 flights | Airline industry

UK holidaymakers have faced yet more travel chaos as easyJet cancelled another 80 flights on Sunday, Eurostar trains experienced further delays, and roads began to clog up with drivers returning from half-term and jubilee weekend breaks.

Tens of thousands of British travellers are estimated to be stranded at airports across Europe after close to 200 flight

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Staffing shortages, overbooked flights and doubling ticket costs threaten summer travel plans

Flight disruptions, soaring ticket prices and long airport queues will continue throughout the summer as airlines struggle to hire enough workers to meet surging post-pandemic travel demand.

Delta Airlines has hired more than 15,000 workers in the last year but it is still not enough so the firm has cut its summertime service by about 100 flights per day.


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Mayhem predicted for travel this summer

(CNN) — Picture the scene. You’re heading off on the vacation you’ve dreamed of since early 2020. Your bags are packed, you get to the airport with plenty of time — only to find lines so long that you end up missing your longed-for flight.

That was the situation for over 1,000 travelers at Dublin Airport last week. The situation was so chaotic

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