Last updated: 06:00 PM ET, Fri October 09 2015

Airbus, Chanel and More Awesome Travel News This Week

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | October 09, 2015

Airbus, Chanel and More Awesome Travel News This Week

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The week came, went and dropped off a treasure trove of goodies at our doorstep.

If you were in need of some positivity, we definitely have that in the form of a video of children trying out International food items.

The results will have you smiling the rest of the day.

And if you like things that are ridiculous, we have you covered in that regard as well. Thanks to Airbus and Chanel, we have an ample dose of crazy in the forms of patent images and fashion shows.

Of course, we would love to hear if there are any stories we missed. Otherwise, sit back and let the travel week take you away.


Kids eat the darndest things, especially if you prepare the meals for them and record their responses.

Watch Cut is back with another video sure to go viral, featuring cute kids saying awfully adorable things about foods from around the world.

Read More: Watch Kids Take An Adorable Culinary Trip Around the World

Airbus Trolls Aviation Industry:

As we have mentioned before, Airbus is about as good at creating silly patents as they are at manufacturing planes.

This week we learned that they are kicking around the idea of stacking passengers like pizza boxes.

Read More: Airbus' Latest Crazy Patent Will Have Passengers Flying On Top Of Each Other

Nailed It: 

I was in England again a few weeks ago, mostly in small towns, but here's some of what I noticed:* Almost everyone is...

Posted by Scott Waters on Thursday, September 24, 2015

Above are the observations of one Scott Waters who decided to share his wisdom of British culture with his Facebook followers.

It was so good the post is now being shared across the world.

Read More: Tourist Nails Observations on England With Brilliant Facebook Post

Lavish Layover:

Lastly we like to direct your attention to Paris, where the fanciest airport terminal was created for sartorial ends.

Chanel threw one heck of a gala event for fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld. The theme was aviation, so we imagine the wardrobe came in various forms: disheveled, sneezed upon and worn for 48 hours straight.

Read More: Chanel Airlines Brings Glamour and Aviation Together During Paris' Fashion Week


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