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From: Moonray8/22/2021 1:45:33 PM
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Unruly air passengers hit with $500,000 in new fines

Above also contains 10 updates for travel restrictions, etc.

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To: Moonray who wrote (1632)8/22/2021 9:30:09 PM
From: Stock Puppy
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Heh.

If they mean "parking at the airport" (no reason to think they meant "third party far away from the airport"),
then they didn't look at LGA which is $39/day.

laguardiaairport.com

Journalists.

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From: Moonray8/24/2021 11:58:01 AM
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Aviation analyst forecasts 'pretty sad' winter season for airlines

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To: Moonray who wrote (1635)8/24/2021 1:12:41 PM
From: OldAIMGuy
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Thanks M, Re: Air travel and related activities................

I noted this AM that a director of Park Hotels (many airport locations) added 10K shares to their account at $17.73.

That helps me gauge how well my next target prices for buying or selling are. I need $17 or below to add to my holding. So, it appears I might be in the same neighborhood as that one director.

Best wishes,
OAG Tom

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From: Moonray8/25/2021 12:31:15 PM
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Delta Air Lines raises health insurance premiums for unvaccinated workers

American Airlines sees weak August revenue because of rise in Covid cases,,

How the U.S. can reach ‘Covid normalcy’ by spring 2022, according to Fauci

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From: Sam8/30/2021 12:43:37 PM
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EU drops U.S. from list of COVID-safe countries for travel
By Philip Blenkinsop
August 30, 202111:57 AMUpdated 9 minutes ago

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union governments agreed on Monday to remove the United States from the EU’s safe travel list, meaning U.S. visitors and those from five other countries are likely to face tighter controls, such as COVID-19 tests and quarantines.

Israel, Kosovo, Lebanon, Montenegro, and North Macedonia have also been taken off. The list seeks to unify travel rules across the bloc, although it does not bind individual EU nations, which are free to determine their own border policies.

Already some EU countries, such as Germany and Belgium, categorise the United States as red, requiring tests and quarantines, while for neighbours France and the Netherlands, the United States is classified as safe.

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From: TimF8/30/2021 1:32:07 PM
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The Honest Pre-flight Safety Demonstration Video

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From: Sam8/31/2021 11:19:10 AM
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CHICAGO (Reuters) - Delta Air Lines on Tuesday said full vaccination will be a condition of employment for new 1,500 flight attendant positions it is looking to fill.



The carrier said all new hires including current Delta employees who have been accepted into the training program for flight attendants must be fully vaccinated before their training start date.


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From: Moonray9/3/2021 10:55:05 PM
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American, Alaska Air to end pay protection for unvaccinated staff who get Covid

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From: Sam9/9/2021 7:40:25 AM
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Southwest Airlines Experiencing Cancellations, Pullback in Leisure Travel
Dow Jones Newswires September 09, 2021 07:07:00 AM ET


Southwest Airlines Co. said it continued to experience softness in bookings and elevated trip cancellations, as it reports a pullback in leisure travel amid the rise of Covid-19 cases and the spread of the Delta variant.

The airline Thursday said the softness in leisure bookings has continued for September and October, though managed business bookings are estimated to remain relatively stable compared with August. It said it saw higher-than-anticipated cancellations for Labor Day travel, partly due to the effect of Hurricane Ida.

Southwest said it expects to cancel nearly 2,700 flights in the third quarter because of to Hurricane Ida. It said it is currently adjusting its published flight schedules and capacity for the remainder of the year.

"The company continues to believe the recent negative effects of the pandemic on August and September revenue trends will make it difficult for the company to be profitable in third quarter 2021, without taking into account the benefit of temporary salaries and wages cost relief provided by payroll support program proceeds," Southwest said.

The company said it expects fourth-quarter capacity to rise about 60% from a year earlier and fall about 5% from the same quarter in 2019. It previously guided for fourth-quarter capacity to rise about 68% from a year earlier and to be comparable versus the same quarter of 2019.

The company said the duration of the dent to operating revenue is unknown, though it estimates that the effects through October are less severe than the prior waves of rising Covid-19 cases.

Southwest said August managed business revenues fell about 64% from August 2019, with operating revenue for the month at the lower end of its guidance range. It expects operating revenue, compared with 2019, to fall 25% to 30% for September, 20% to 30% for October and 18% to 20% for the third quarter.

The company said it had about $16.2 billion in cash and short-term investments as of Sept. 7.


United Airlines Holdings Inc. on Thursday also said customer bookings were slowing due to the Delta variant's spread, dimming its profit outlook.



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