Air travel numbers on the rise as coronavirus pandemic continues

Air travel across the country is down dramatically as the coronavirus pandemic continues, but this holiday weekend drew a spike in fliers we haven’t seen in months. It begs the question, “Is this a sign of air travel confidence growing?”

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Washington cross-border mailbox businesses prepare to sink or swim as travel ban continues

At least once a month Jeff Lewis used to make the 20-minute drive from his home in Surrey, B.C., to pick up packages he had sent to a mailbox service in Blaine, Wash. 

Like many B.C. residents who live near the border, Lewis, 64, used the service to buy U.S. goods not available in Canada or to save on shipping. But Lewis hasn’t been to Blaine since the border closed

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Texas Tech Continues Road Trip at TCU

LUBBOCK, Texas  – The Texas Tech volleyball team continues its four-match road trip this weekend as it heads to TCU to face off with the Horned Frogs. The Red Raiders and Horned Frogs play Thursday and Friday with both matches set for 5 p.m. on ESPN+.
 
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The Texas Tech volleyball team finished its weekend on a high note on Saturday afternoon, dropping No. 13 Iowa State
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FC Tucson road trip continues against Tormenta in Georgia

FC Tucson’s draw against Forward Madison on Saturday left still
means a spot in the final is possible.

Possible, but not too likely.

FC Tucson currently has 15 points and three matches left to
play. According to the math, if Tucson can win all three of those matches, and
the teams ahead of them falter, they might get into the playoffs.

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Photos shows luxury cruise ships being broken up at a dock in Turkey as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreck the industry



a boat sitting next to a body of water: A drone image shows decommissioned cruise ships being dismantled at Aliaga ship-breaking yard in the Aegean port city of Izmir, western Turkey, October 2, 2020. REUTERS/Umit Bektas


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A drone image shows decommissioned cruise ships being dismantled at Aliaga ship-breaking yard in the Aegean port city of Izmir, western Turkey, October 2, 2020. REUTERS/Umit Bektas

  • Photos show rows of deluxe cruise ships waiting to be dismantled in a sea dock in Turkey as the coronavirus pandemic continues to sink the industry. 
  • Around 2,500 scrapyard workers are currently working to pull apart five cruise ships for
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Brazil Government Posts $17 Billion Budget Deficit in August as Emergency Spending Continues Apace | Investing News

BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil’s government posted a primary budget deficit of 96.1 billion reais ($17 billion) in August, the Treasury said on Monday, as the coronavirus crisis continued to necessitate huge emergency spending.

The deficit, excluding interest payments, was slightly less than the 98.7 billion reais deficit economists in a Reuters poll had predicted. The shortfall, excluding interest payments, expanded in the first eight months of the year to 601.3

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Avis extends layoffs as coronavirus continues to hurt car rental business

Syracuse, N.Y. — Avis is extending the furloughs of 50 workers and has made permanent the layoffs of 17 others as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a toll on the travel industry.



a sign on the side of a road: A sign directs Avis customers where to return car rentals at Syracuse Hancock International Airport on Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020.


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A sign directs Avis customers where to return car rentals at Syracuse Hancock International Airport on Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020.

Avis Budget Car Rental LLC filed a notice under

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COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact hotels across western Massachusetts

AMHERST, Mass. (WWLP) – Fall in New England is usually a busy time for hotels as tourists from all over come to take in the picturesque like scenery, but COVID-19 concerns continue to impact businesses. 

In the fall, the owners of the Allen House Inn in Amherst are usually preparing for plenty of customers. 

But COVID-19 concerns have been affecting its major demographic, brought in by college events like family

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Appropriateness of short-term vacation rentals continues to stir debate

Short-term vacation rentals have been a topic of debate for homeowners and visitors vacationing here in the Coachella Valley amid the pandemic. Now, Cathedral City moving forward with its phase-out plans.

A quiet neighborhood in the Cathedral City could see some changes with its short term vacation rentals. 

“I think it’s about time and it’s gotten out of hand and I think there are way too many of them currently

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49ers’ MRI truck broke down as road trip luck continues to get worse

The 49ers’ painful East Coast visit got a little tougher Monday.

After losing multiple players to injuries in Sunday’s 31-13 Week 2 thrashing of the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium, the 49ers retreated to The Greenbrier resort in West Virginia where they are staying to prepare for their Week 3 tilt against the 0-2 New York Giants.

The 49ers were expecting to have MRI results for Nick Bosa and

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