Alaska Air’s Revenue Trends Improve, Q4 Capacity to Fall 40%

Alaska Air Group Inc ALK provided an update on its recent operational trends and expectations as the company deals with coronavirus-induced weakness in air-travel demand.

In an investor update, the company revealed that revenue passengers declined 74%, 71% and 68% year over year in July, August and September, respectively. Capacity, measured in available seat miles (ASMs), was down 63%, 51% and 50% in July, August and September respectively, while load

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50 state parks perfect for a fall road trip

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City launches ‘Sioux Falls Alive’ to attract tourists in fall, winter months


Sioux Falls Alive logo (Photo: City of Sioux Falls)

The City of Sioux Falls is launching an initiative to create safe fall and winter programming with the goal of engaging residents as well as attracting tourists, Mayor Paul TenHaken announced in a press release.

“Sioux Falls Alive” is a collaboration between the city and Experience Sioux Falls, alongside the Washington Pavilion and ASM Global, managers of the Denny Sanford

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Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast in Fall River named the creepiest place to visit in Massachusetts by Thrillist

Massachusetts has a number of creepy locations but one stands out among the rest.

Thrillist named the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast in Fall River the creepiest place to visit in Massachusetts.

“After a stay there, I can attest: This home painstakingly furnished to look exactly as it did on the morning of the murders will creep you right out,” Camille Dodero wrote. “I did not sleep a wink.”

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Things to do in fall, plus restaurants and hotels


The Cliff Palace was made by the Ancestral Pueblo people who lived in the area for over 700 years, and is the largest cliff dwelling in Colorado’s Mesa Verde National Park.


DURANGO, Colorado — If ever there was a tourist destination built for social distancing during a global pandemic, it’s this scenic and spacious town of about 20,000 residents at the base of the San Juan Mountains in

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Road trip ideas for Wilmington area travelers this fall

Allison Ballard
| Wilmington StarNews

Among the many disruptions that the coronavirus pandemic has caused, one ongoing frustration has been the cancellation or postponement of long-awaited vacations. Now, months into the pandemic, you may be among those who are really ready for a chance for escape.

Rick Courtney, a local musician, said he was looking forward to his anniversary and a family reunion this fall. But uncertainty about the pandemic

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The Best New (and Newly Updated) Luxury Hotels to Visit in New England This Fall

The world may feel like a very different place than it did last autumn, but thankfully nothing has changed the changing of the seasons. Fall still brings the colorful kaleidoscope of transforming foliage, best experienced in New England, the country’s leaf-peeping capital. This season, several new (and newly updated) topflight hotels are beckoning sophisticated travelers to their stylish suites, luxe spas, locavore restaurants, expansive grounds and the autumnal views that

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Hotels to lose three million bookings to Covid restrictions as numbers fall to ‘all-time low’, IHF warns

Irish hotels are forecast to lose almost 3.3 million bednight bookings between now and the end of the year due to current Covid-19 restrictions, the Irish Hotel Federation (IHF) has warned.

The IHF warns that 100,000 jobs are gone already and another 100,000 are now at risk without immediate Government supports to keep them afloat.

An IHF survey of 301 premises across the country revealed that hotel room occupancy rates

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The best vacation rentals for fall foliage in the US

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Ever paused to admire the vibrant colors of the changing leaves on an autumn evening walk? Or posted a photo of a particularly beautiful leaf outstretched in front of the camera on social media? If so, congratulations, you’re a leaf-peeper. In the US, “going leaf peeping” is a cute way of saying you’re planning

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Finally, a road trip! The fall colors in Wyoming spectacular | Guest Column

After six months of behaving ourselves, my wife Nancy and I finally broke away for a road trip to Worland, Buffalo, and Sheridan. And boy, was it liberating!

The COVID-19 plague has forced folks of a certain age to pretty much stay home over the last six months. Now, we weren’t totally house-bound. We traveled all over our Wind River Mountain backyard and even ventured away from Lander to Riverton

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Louisville a top spot in U.S. to see fall colors

a tree in a forest: Fall leaves

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Fall leaves

Do you think Louisville is beautiful in the fall?

Well, a well-known travel company thinks so. In fact, it rated Louisville one of the top eight places to see fall colors in the nation.

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Lonely Planet is a travel guide book publisher that frequently rates the best places to do certain things. For its top 8 destinations for fall

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Where to Travel Locally This Fall, From Tiny Cabins to Remote Western Resorts

Want to really, really get away from it all? Go to The Lodge at Blue Sky. Set upon 3,500 acres (yes, you read that right, its in the thousands) this Utah resort opened quietly last summer and, like so many, had to shut down in March due to COVID-19.

However, now Blue Sky is back and better than ever. A place that embraces its vastness, the activities list is almost

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Travel expert reveals 5 ‘wallet-friendly’ trips you can take this fall: ‘Something for everyone’

This year, the word “vacation” probably draws a stronger reaction than usual.

Most people have probably spent more of 2020 canceling travel plans than booking them, but it’s not too late to reverse that trend.

As the year approaches its end, you might be sitting on some extra PTO days — or maybe you’re just tired of staring at your makeshift kitchen table desk.

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5 budget-friendly vacations you can plan this fall

This year, the word “vacation” probably draws a stronger reaction than usual.

Most people have probably spent more of 2020 canceling travel plans than booking them, but it’s not too late to reverse that trend.

As the year approaches its end, you might be sitting on some extra PTO days — or maybe you’re just tired of staring at your makeshift kitchen table desk.

That’s where Kristina Cors comes in.

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12 unique New England rentals with breathtaking views of the fall foliage

If you’re looking for a leaf-peeping getaway among New England’s iconic fall foliage, many vacation rentals offer a front-row seat to the region’s exploding colors. You just need to know where to go.

Ahead, check out 12 listings provided by Glamping Hub, Vrbo, and Airbnb that make for a perfect fall adventure.


A silo cottage in Tyringham listed on Airbnb. —Airbnb

This former Berkshires art studio and silo cottage

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The ultimate New England fall foliage road trip

Touring New England in search of autumn’s changing colors has become so popular it has sprouted its own subculture of “leaf-peepers”. Immerse yourself in the fall harvest spirit with the ultimate road trip.

Editor’s note: Please check the latest travel restrictions before planning any trip and always follow government advice.

Trip length: 5–7 days; 424 miles (682km)
Best time to go: Late September to mid-October
Essential photo:

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Fall travel reaching its peak in NY | Local News

2020 has been a challenging year for many travelers, and now the rich colors of autumn are inspiring more tourists to book fall getaways. With Columbus Day weekend upon us, and many 2020 vacations disrupted due to the pandemic, many people are looking to escape for the long holiday weekend.

Given the unique nature of travel this year with safety, quarantines, and social distancing being prime factors determining destinations, AAA

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Airline cash burn $77 billion in half of 2020, Boeing forecasts fall

  • Airlines around the world will burn $77 billion in cash in the second half of 2020, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), a global trade group.
  • Airlines have sought to reduce costs by cutting jobs, grounding planes, and consolidating work where they can. However, IATA said that the collapse of travel demand means that airlines cant cut costs fast enough.
  • With airlines’ recovery from the pandemic expected to
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East End-Based Educational Farm Hosting Inaugural Fall Festival

UPDATE: Due to the impending nor’easter this event has been canceled.

Sylvester Manor Educational Farm is getting in on the East End autumn merriment by hosting their very own fall fête on Saturday, October 27.

“After observing how popular Fall Festivals have become on the East End, we decided it was time to have our very own right here at Sylvester Manor Educational Farm!” reflected Tracy McCarthy, Sylvester Manor Educational

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Northern Irish man dies and two fall sick after travelling to Turkey for dental treatment

A Northern Irish man has died and two others are critically ill after travelling to Turkey for dental treatment.  

Richard Molloy, 33, from Belfast, died in a “tragic incident” over the weekend during a trip to the southern city of Marmaris.  

His friends Aaron Callaghan and Declan Carson are seriously ill in hospital but are said to be responding to treatment.  

The trio reportedly flew to the country for a

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