What we’re reading: Injured kangaroo hops into airport pharmacy, Chicago time lapse, AA to launch new service to China

by Stephanus Surjaputra on October 17, 2013


Injured kangaroo hops into airport pharmacy, receives treatment

If you’re a world traveler, you’ve seen a lot of strange things. How about an injured kangaroo?

At Australia’s Melbourne airport, an injured kangaroo made its way into a pharmacy, surprising travelers. It then received care, after being tranquilized and turned over to a veterinarian.

But how “Cyrus” the hopping would-be air traveler made it into the Qantas Airways domestic terminal is still unknown.

Video interlude: this time-lapse look at the Windy City will blow you away

If you’re a fan of Chicago, then sit back and enjoy this time lapse video of the Windy City.

Clocking in at just over 6 minutes, Windy City Nights is a beautifully shot time-lapse video that showcases everything that makes the Second City awesome. Max Wilson is the filmmaker and spent about 2 years traipsing around Chicago to nab the perfect shot as the rest of the world whizzes by. Spoiler alert: his hard work paid off.

American Airlines to launch new service from DFW to Hong Kong and Shanghai

American Airlines will soon begin non-stop service from Dallas-Fort Worth to Hong Kong International Airport and Dallas-Fort Worth to Shanghai Pudong International Airport.

Both routes will be operated as part of American’s joint business agreement with fellow oneworld® alliance member Japan Airlines. The service to Hong Kong will add a new destination to American’s international network, and the service to Shanghai complements American’s existing service from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD).

(Photo: eGuideTravel/Flickr Creative Commons)

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