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Barbados is offering your cure for the work-from-澳门拉斯维加斯app下载home blues

Government considers “Barbados Welcome Stamp” to allow visitors to work from the Caribbean island for a year.

by Lina Saigol
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Greyhound owner says Trump rhetoric caused less immigration, forcing $156 million write-down

President Trump’s comments on immigration, including about building a wall between Mexico and the U.S., contributed to a £124 million write-off at intercity coach operator Greyhound.

by Archie Mitchell
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Closed attractions and travel restrictions put New York City’s $70 billion tourism industry on hold indefinitely

With theaters, museums and stadiums closed, the city looks nothing like its usual self at the height of the summer tourist season.

by Virginia K. Smith

Allegiant Travel's stock rises after upbeat June bookings, cash burn results

Shares of Allegiant Travel Co. rose 1.0% in premarket trading Thursday, after the air-related travel services company reported June bookings that exceeded its expectations, resulting in improved load factor and cash burn....

by Tomi Kilgore

Carnival to restart sailing operations in August with 3 Aida cruises

Carnival Corp. said Thursday that its Germany-based cruise line AIDA Cruises will resume operations in August, with three ships set to restart sailing. AIDAperla will set sail on Aug 5 from Hamburg, followed by AIDAmar on...

by Tomi Kilgore

Dow transports falls to buck broader market rally, led by United Airlines' stock selloff

The Dow Jones Transportation Average fell 0.2% in midday trading Wednesday, to buck the gains in the broader stock market, as the shares of all six of the index's airline components fell after United Airlines Holdings Inc...

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Turning 50, this woman’s ambitious bucket list plans froze, here’s the Plan B

She completed 8 trips out of 50. Now there’s a new itinerary, and a lesson.

by Allison Andrews
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Why Warren Buffett couldn’t own airline stocks now and still be a true value investor

Unless airlines raise new capital, they will go bankrupt, writes Vitaliy Katsenelson

by Vitaliy Katsenelson
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Is it safe to get a haircut? Can I play bridge, or hug my grandkids?

Answers to the 10 most common questions from readers over 50 about what re-entry means for daily life.

by Randi Mazzella
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As coronavirus cancels July Fourth vacation plans, should you cancel your travel credit card — or redeem air miles for cash?

Frustrated cardholders may find it harder to justify steep annual fees in the age of COVID-19.

by Jacob Passy
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What a long, strange trip summer vacation will be this year

Social-distancing prudence means we’ll drive or stay at 澳门拉斯维加斯app下载home, and we’ll use media more than ever, writes Dawn Pennington.

by Dawn Pennington

United Airlines to add nearly 25,000 flights to August schedule

United Airlines Holdings Inc. said Wednesday it was adding nearly 25,000 flights to its August schedule, which will be triple the size of the June schedule. The stock fell 0.8% in premarket trading. That would bring the a...

by Tomi Kilgore
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What you should know about buying a used rental car

With their financial woes, some rental companies are selling off portions of their fleets. Here’s 5 tips for shoppers.

by Matt DeLorenzo
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U.K. airline easyJet to close three of its airport hubs as coronavirus wreaks further havoc

In a sign of the strain coronavirus has put on the airline industry easyJet announced plans that could see it cut operations at three of its U.K. airport hubs.

by Archie Mitchell
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Bison gored a woman multiple times after she tried taking a picture with it in Yellowstone National Park

It’s the second bison incident in Yellowstone this season as visitors keep getting too close to the animals

by Nicole Lyn Pesce