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

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Seat Charge On some flights, US Airways is now asking $5 to $30 more for aisle or window seats.

Brazil by Air JetBlue's founder and former CEO David Neeleman plans to launch a low-fare carrier, Azul, in Brazil next year.

London Shuttle Dot2Dot offers rides between Heathrow or Gatwick airports and more than 600 hotels in London (, $35).

Pax Rights Passengers who are involuntarily bumped from domestic flights or international flights departing from the U.S. are eligible for up to $800 in compensation, up from $400.

Bus Routes Megabus has started service between New York and seven other cities: Atlantic City, Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Philadelphia, Toronto, and Washington, D.C. One-way fares start as low as $1.

Flights to Bari Italian airline Eurofly has added weekly summer flights between New York and Bari in southern Italy (

Cruise Cabanas Holland America's new ship, Eurodam, has private cabanas for rent on two decks (from $30 per day).

Colonial PassOne ticket now gets you into five major historic Virginia sites (, $80).

Fishy Tale Sea Life Aquarium at Legoland in Carlsbad, Calif., opens July 1 (, $19).

Spin City Washington, D.C., has launched SmartBike DC, allowing people to rent bikes all over town (, $40 annual fee).

Hippie Museum The new Museum at Bethel Woods, on the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival, has exhibits on '60s music (, $13).

Budget Resorts Sandals has opened Grand Pineapple Beach Resorts—its more affordable line—on Antigua and Jamaica (, from $252).

Pensacola Party To mark its 450th birthday, the Florida city is planning 450 days of summer festivals, exhibits, and parades (

Criminal Activity Hot Springs, Ark., where Al Capone vacationed, now has the nation's first Gangster Museum (, $8).

Relax in Miami Miami hosts its first Spa Month in July. More than 20 spas are participating (

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