travel

AAA predicts a 10% drop in Thanksgiving travel, largest dip since the Great Recession

It’s not that surprising, but high unemployment and fears of sickness ushered in by the pandemic is keeping most of us from traveling this Thanksgiving.
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Southwest Airlines may furlough employees for the first time ever

Southwest Airlines has notified one of its unions that it may have to lay off 42 workers in January. It would be the first time in the history of the Dallas based carrier that furloughs have happened.
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Why some travel destinations are selling out even though many trips have been canceled

The travel industry has been hit hard by the pandemic because of all the canceled trips. But rescheduling a vacation might not be as easy as you think.
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Carpooling during COVID? Experts say to take these precautions

If you find yourself having to travel with others in a car to go to school or work, here are a few safety measures to keep in mind from health experts.
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Southwest Air reports biggest loss in company history

Dallas-based Southwest Airlines reported the biggest loss in company history Thursday, a third-quarter loss of $1.16 billion due to COVID related travel problems.
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American Airlines workers running out of furlough pay

The first tier of American Airlines flight attendants have gone through their furlough pay. The second round of attendants and the first round of pilots are about to meet the same fate.
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Woman's cause of death on commercial flight listed as COVID-19

A woman’s July death has now been confirmed as from coronavirus. The announcement came yesterday from Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins who says the woman was heading back to Dallas-Fort Worth from Arizona and collapsed.
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Weekend getaways get more complicated with COVID-19 restrictions

If you were planning on taking a long Columbus Day holiday weekend getaway, there are some complications to consider this year. In this age of COVID-19, you could face restrictions and quarantines going out of state and then coming back home.
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American faces prison after posting negative review of a hotel in Thailand

One American man has been sued and is facing up to two years in prison after posting a negative review of his trip to Thailand on Tripadvisor. The resort claims the reviews were ‘damaging to the reputation of the hotel.’ Read more.
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Here's how you can get paid $50,000 to travel and drink beer

Michelob ULTRA is currently in search of a CEO (a Chief Exploration Officer) to travel around some of California’s best National Parks and take scenic pictures featuring their beer.
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