- Bloomberg reports Hertz Filed For Bankruptcy After Rental-Car Demand Vanishes.
- Skift write about Covid’s Airlines Paradox: The Losers Are The Winners.
- USA Today shares news that JetBlue Is Blocking Middle Seats Through 4th Of July.
- Food & Wine tells us How Airline Food Is Changing During Coronavirus Pandemic.
An unidentified NFL player and another man are suing United Airlines for sexual assault during a flight.
When I first came across the headline, I thought I had misread it. I assumed that the NFL player was being accused of sexual assault. No, this is definitely not the case. Continue reading Unidentified NFL Player Suing United For Sexual Assault During Flight
- Lonely Planet: The Happiest People In The World Hosting Virtual Happiness Lessons.
- Gothamist reports that Brooklyn’s Domino Park Installed Social Distancing Circles.
- Gizmodo shares What Shanghai Disneyland Looked Like On First Day Of Reopening.
- NY Times has Hotels vs Airbnbs: Has COVID-19 Disrupted The Disruptor?
Yesterday I wrote about how beaches in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Delaware would be opening on Memorial Day Weekend.
This sounded like great news. However, in New York the openings applied to state beaches. The opening of local beaches were up to the local governments as long as they could follow the state’s rules. Continue reading Beaches in New York City Will Not Reopen Memorial Day Weekend
COVID-19 has caused closures to many places to help with social distancing.
It has been tough for most to stay in and avoid others most of the time however it’s probably necessary to help stop the spread.
With the weather getting nicer out, most people probably want to get outside. Continue reading Beaches In NY, NJ, CT & DE Set to Reopen Memorial Day Weekend
- Times Of India reports that Five Air India Pilots Test Positive For Covid-19.
- Skift says The European Travel Ban Came Too Late & Has 11 Other Travel Stories.
- USA Today: Despite Masks, Norwegian CEO Predicts Cruising Will ‘Bounce Back…“
- NY Times reports Three Baltic States Announced A “Travel Bubble”. What Is It...
One of the first things that comes to mind is Pizza VS Pandemic from Slice Out Hunger. It’s a way to donate to keep small businesses going while also feeding care workers. There’s also been lots of companies pitching in by making and donating masks and other protective gear.
A couple of weeks back I wrote about how Hawaii was giving some visitors a FREE flight home!
This might sound like a sweet deal but it isn’t exactly as good as it sounds. The Visit Aloha Society is offering free flights to those visitors who can’t afford to self-quarantine for the mandatory 14 days. Continue reading Tourists Being Arrested On Hawaii For Violating Quarantine Policy
- USA Todays wonders Will International Travel Resume This Year?
- Barron’s reports Warren Buffet Whacks Airline Stocks.
- Skift writes that Air France Finally Secured $7.6 Billion State Rescue Package.
- Bloomberg writes that Your Airline Experience Will Never Be The Same.
The NYC subway system is one of the largest in the world. There are over 470 stations located around the five boroughs. For $2.75, it’s pretty amazing how far you can travel.
Another nice things about the NYC subway is that it runs for 24 hours per day or at least it did until now… Continue reading NYC Subway System Will No Longer Run 24 Hours/ Day During Pandemic