Hawaiian Airlines begins massive layoffs, cutting staff by nearly one third

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    Hawaii (KITV) — As the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect businesses around the state, one airline has announced they will be reducing their staff by about one third.

Thursday, Hawaiian Airlines began laying off 2,501 people from their current total of 7,447 employees.

Union workers affected by the layoffs come from the following locations:

Daniel K. Inouye International Airport
Hilo Airport
Kahului

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Limited travel bubble gives All Blacks extra hope to be home by Christmas but one massive hurdle remains

A limited travel bubble with Australia could help the All Blacks home by Christmas saga, but it would still need the Rugby Championship draw to be majorly altered or shortened by a week.

And given the current tensions between the Sanzaar partners’, there are no guarantees of that.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has opened the doors at the New South Wales and Northern Territory borders for New Zealand passengers, from

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South Carolina opens as massive underdog for road trip to Florida

South Carolina’s football team might be a big underdog a few times this season.

Heading into a trip to Gainesville this weekend, the Gamecocks will be more than a three-touchdown underdog to the Gators.

USC opened as a 22-point underdog in the SEC East contest. That number was bet down to 21.5 points, according to Vegas Insider.

South Carolina was a 20-point underdog three times last season, covering once in

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Tudor City Apartment With Massive Casement Windows Asks $779K

Price: $779,000
Location: Tudor City, Manhattan

Tudor City, the historic 1920s enclave in Midtown East, has been called “a city within a city” for its somewhat secluded location on a hill and its two landscaped parks. This apartment at 333 East 41st Street is on the top floor of Prospect Hill, a six-story brick co-op built in 1926. Though the elevator building slightly predates its neighbors, which are mostly Tudor

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Report: Without more federal aid, half of U.S. hotels could close with massive layoffs

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Music City was greeted with more grim news Thursday.

“Nashville is taking a beating,” said Rob Mortensen, President and CEO of the Tennessee Hospitality & Tourism Association, in response to a new survey released this week by the American Hotel and Lodging Association.

The American Hotel & Lodging Association conducted a survey of more than 1,000 members from September 14-16, 2020. Survey topics included the hotel’s

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Massive Growth in Global Adventure Tourism Market Set to Witness

Global Adventure Tourism Market

New York, United States – The Adventure Tourism Market has developed swiftly in recent years and has made a significant contribution to the global financial situation in terms of growth rate, market share, and sales generation. The report titled “Adventure Tourism Market Report” is an analytical study that presents a comprehensive explanation of the industry along with information on significant aspects of the market. This covers

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