ICYMI: Bloggers banned from hotels, Pope’s plane wedding and Ryanair changes

  Pope Francis giving a speech to the European Union. Image credit:  Martin Schulz / Flickr

Pope Francis giving a speech to the European Union. Image credit: Martin Schulz/Flickr

I’m back with another round up of this week’s top, trending travel news from all over the globe. Read how all bloggers have been banned from a hotel in Dublin, find out more about the state of emergency imposed on popular Jamaican tourist resort Montego Bay and everything else in between with this edition of In Case You Missed It.

BBC: Records reveal Moscow has just had its darkest December on record

BBC: TUI travel agent bled to death after throat was cut

BBC: Widespread snow hinders travel across Scotland

Bloomberg: Norwegian Airlines sets record for fastest Transatlantic flight

Daily Mail: Siberian outpost goes 62 below, breaking thermometers

  A tourist in Oymyakon - the world's coldest inhabited place. Image credit:  Maarten Takens / Flickr

A tourist in Oymyakon - the world's coldest inhabited place. Image credit: Maarten Takens/Flickr

Evening Standard: Ryanair makes major changes to hand luggage policy

Independent: Botswana trolls Donald Trump on Twitter after American President’s comments

Independent: Tourists in Jamaica warned to stay in hotels as state of public emergency is declared

The Guardian: Norway aiming for all short-haul flights to be 100% electric by 2040

The Telegraph: Dublin hotel owner bans bloggers from establishment after hitting out at a YouTube vlogger’s email

TIME: US Supreme Court to rule on Trump travel ban

Traveller: Pope performs impromptu wedding ceremony on board plane

Travel Weekly: Emirates order throws lifeline to the A380 aircraft

Travel Weekly: TripAdvisor takes a hit, but remains a strong online brand

Travel + Leisure: Plane lands sideways in Amsterdam as it’s battered by 70mph winds