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The latest travel news from the pages of this month's issue.

Volunteer deals Groups of 10 or more get a discount if they book lodging and airfare for a volunteer vacation through

India flight Jet Airways plans to bring service to the U.S. in August, with a daily flight between Newark and Mumbai (via Brussels).

AirTran fees The airline is charging $5-$15 for some aisle and exit-row seats.

CityPass NYC CityPass has added the Met museum to its New York pass and the Hockey Hall of Fame to its Toronto pass.

Nonstop routes ExpressJet announced new nonstops connecting smaller airports, including San Antonio to Tulsa, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, and Tucson; and Jacksonville, Fla., to Kansas City, New Orleans, and Austin.

Skybus airline Skybus began flying from Columbus, Ohio, to Richmond, Oakland, and other airports, promising at least ten $10 seats on each flight. But it's charging for everything--and you can't bring food on board.

Teen programs After consulting teenagers, Royal Caribbean is rolling out new features for them like Nintendo's Wii, teen-only dining, and an ice-breaker jam session with musical instruments.

Billy Graham Library opens Charlotte, N.C., is home to a library dedicated to the evangelist. The building resembles a barn; the entrance is a 40-foot-tall glass cross.

National Park fees going up Over the next three years, higher rates will be introduced at a third of U.S. national parks, including Big Bend, Zion, and Mesa Verde. The old $10-per-vehicle rate may become $20.

Williamsburg Spa The 20,000-square-foot Spa of Colonial Williamsburg is open.

No-frills Jamaica SuperClubs' basic brand, Rooms, gets a second property, in Negril, in December.

Disney shift Smoking is no longer allowed in any Disney hotel rooms or timeshares in Orlando. It'll only be OK at certain outdoor spaces.

Riu in Aruba The Spanish chain now has a hotel in Aruba, the Riu Palace Aruba.

Movin' movies Austin's Rolling Roadshow is screening movies all over this summer, including North by Northwest at Mount Rushmore.

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