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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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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Air travel rebound is not yet on the radar, border services passenger numbers show



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Figures from the Canada Border Services Agency show international air travel remains severely depressed due to fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The number of passengers arriving at Canadian airports from abroad last week is 93 per cent lower than it was a year earlier, similar to the rest of September and August but slightly up from the spring trough.

Travellers on flights from the

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How soon could Hopkins airport see pre-COVID-19 travel numbers?

Airport administrators predict it will take anywhere from three to seven years for a full recovery at Hopkins.

CLEVELAND — The Coronavirus pandemic continues to hammer the airline industry, airports are no exception.

On Thursday, the City of Cleveland held an online forum regarding the future of Hopkins. 

Airport Director Robert Kennedy led the call that laid out goals for the next 20 years, when COVID-19 should be long gone.

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Physicist “Squares the Numbers” on Time Travel

Delorean Time Travel

UQ physicists have been seeking to understand the time travel’s underlying laws. Credit: JMortonPhoto.com & OtoGodfrey.com

Paradox-free time travel is theoretically possible, according to the mathematical modeling of a prodigious University of Queensland undergraduate student.

Fourth-year Bachelor of Advanced Science (Honours) student Germain Tobar has been investigating the possibility of time travel, under the supervision of UQ physicist Dr. Fabio Costa.

“Classical dynamics says if you know the state of

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The Colorado Rockies face a numbers game in final road trip

The 2020 season is boiling down to a simple numbers game for the Colorado Rockies.

Mathematically, the Rockies have not yet been eliminated from a berth in this year’s National League eight-team playoff field. Realistically, though, the numbers and chances for Colorado to earn a post-season spot are quickly dwindling.

After snapping a four-game losing streak (and a stretch of six setbacks in seven games) by salvaging the finale of

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Asheville, Buncombe hotels outperformed by other vacation rentals, with numbers rising in July

ASHEVILLE – Buncombe hotels saw a notable increase in occupancy rates in July, but the county’s other short term rental options gave a “significantly better performance.”



a yellow flower in front of a building: The Renaissance Hotel in Asheville Oct. 17, 2018. Asheville is entering its most lucrative time of year for hoteliers, leaf season, with some top tier hotels charging $500 a night.


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The Renaissance Hotel in Asheville Oct. 17, 2018. Asheville is entering its most lucrative time of year for hoteliers, leaf season, with some top tier hotels charging $500 a night.

This is according to Chris Cavanaugh, interim director of the

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