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Utah Jazz and Delta Air Lines agree to restore the arena name back to the Delta Center

a group of people playing basketball

Delta Air Lines is making a splash locally in Salt Lake. Delta Air Lines announced a 20 year extension to the contract between Salt Lake City International Airport and Delta Air Lines good through 2044. This morning, the Utah Jazz and Delta Air Lines announced that the Utah Jazz arena will be renamed The Delta…

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I had an amazing soak tub at the Holiday Inn Darling Harbour but no soap or shampoo

a bathroom with a tub and toilet

I recently stayed at the Holiday Inn Darling Harbor in Sydney, Australia and had a great experience. The location of the hotel was perfect – it was right in the heart of Darling Harbor, within walking distance of all the major attractions, restaurants, and shops. The rooms were clean, spacious, and well-equipped with all the…

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My experience using my brand new Diamond Elite Status with InterContinental Hotel Group

a bed in a hotel room

If you’re a frequent traveler, you may be familiar with the InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG), a global hospitality company that operates a variety of hotel brands around the world, including InterContinental, Crowne Plaza, and Holiday Inn. One of the benefits of being a member of the IHG One Rewards is the opportunity to earn Diamond…

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Man Mistakenly Hears His Flight Is Cancelled, Exits Airport, Carjacks Multiple Cars and Throw Rocks At Cars on the Highway

a car with a damaged front end

This morning at Salt Lake City International Airport a 20 year old man went on an absolute rampage after mistakenly hearing that his flight was cancelled. At 5 a.m., the man heard news that his flight had been cancelled. This information turned out to be false as there were no reports of cancelled flights at…

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The New Terminal B Gates In Salt Lake Are So Far That Passengers Have Resorted To Roller Blading

a man wearing a mask and rollerblades

The Concourse B section of the Salt Lake City International Airport opened in October 2020 and passengers passing through are not happy with the distance from security. From Google reviews of the airport “SLC is without a doubt the most poorly designed and least user friendly airport I have ever had the agonizing displeasure to…

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