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Rural Destinations ‘Ready to Reopen’ but Fear Virus
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Rural Destinations ‘Ready to Reopen’ but Fear Virus

When the first coronavirus shutdowns were announced in March, hoteliers in the Appalachian town of Gadsden, Ala., said they did not want to host visitors from other states. So, Hugh Stump, executive director of Greater Gadsden Area Tourism, told them... Read More

Groundbreaking Survey Series Asks, 'What Will It Take to Return to Normalcy?'
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Groundbreaking Survey Series Asks, 'What Will It Take to Return to Normalcy?'
2020-05-19 21:09:31
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Would you be willing to take a cruise right now? How about attending a live sporting event? Or staying in a hotel? Perhaps flying? A new survey of the travel and leisure attitudes of Americans found that more... Read More

Trump Halted Travel From Europe for 30 Days. Officials Now Say It Could Be Months
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Trump Halted Travel From Europe for 30 Days. Officials Now Say It Could Be Months

WASHINGTON — Restrictions on travel from Europe to the United States introduced in March by President Donald Trump could last for months, despite his initial statement they would remain in place for 30 days, three senior administration officials told McClatchy.... Read More

Coronavirus , Airline Fees, Top Aviation Subcommittee's Hearing Agenda
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Coronavirus , Airline Fees, Top Aviation Subcommittee's Hearing Agenda
2020-03-04 21:05:54
by Kate Michael

WASHINGTON - William McGee, an aviation consultant had a simple, overarching message for the members of the House Aviation subcommittee on Tuesday. “If you’re not in premium class or an Elite Frequent Flier, watch out,” he said. McGee was one... Read More

Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg to Step Down Immediately
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Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg to Step Down Immediately

Boeing's CEO is resigning amid ongoing problems at the company over the troubled Max 737 aircraft. The Chicago manufacturer said Monday that Dennis Muilenburg is stepping down immediately. The board's current chairman David Calhoun will officially take over on January... Read More

New Study Reveals the Most Dangerous Roads to Travel This Holiday Season
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New Study Reveals the Most Dangerous Roads to Travel This Holiday Season
2019-12-20 21:26:41
by Dan McCue

If among your wishes this holiday season is that you arrive safe and sound at your destination, it would probably be a good idea to avoid complex and confusing highway interchanges. At least, that is what is suggested by a... Read More

21st Century Flights Still on 20th Century Time
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21st Century Flights Still on 20th Century Time
2019-12-17 21:49:33
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - We've all dealt with it, and many of us are about to experience it again as we head home for the holidays. The long flight followed by a breathless sprint across an airport terminal all the while hoping... Read More

House Committee Calls for Action to Prevent Airline Mishandling of Wheelchairs
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House Committee Calls for Action to Prevent Airline Mishandling of Wheelchairs

U.S. House committee leaders this week called for airlines to do more to prevent mishandling of wheelchairs and scooters of passengers with disabilities, and sought more information on airlines’ policies and procedures. In a letter to industry group Airlines for... Read More

FAA Misled Congress On Inspector Training, Federal Investigator Finds
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FAA Misled Congress On Inspector Training, Federal Investigator Finds

WASHINGTON — A federal investigator has told President Donald Trump that Federal Aviation Administration safety inspectors “lacked proper training and accreditation” to certify pilots, including those flying the Boeing 737 Max, putting air travelers at risk. Special counsel Henry J.... Read More

Troubled Times at Ronald Reagan’s Boyhood Home: ‘We Cannot Keep Bleeding Money’
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Troubled Times at Ronald Reagan’s Boyhood Home: ‘We Cannot Keep Bleeding Money’

DIXON, Ill. — One morning back in 1988, a fancier car than usual rolled up to Ronald Reagan’s boyhood home in Dixon. It was Monday, and the home-turned-museum was closed, but a well-dressed man walked up and persuaded Kenny Wendland,... Read More

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