Airlines mull temporary service consolidation
CNBC quoted one anonymous airline executive as saying, “Does it make sense for more than one of us to be flying to a city when there are only a few seats filled on each plane.”
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Study: U.S. hotels facing 'an unprecedented low' for 2020
STR and Tourism Economics are forecasting that RevPAR will drop 50.6% and occupancy will decline 42.6% for the year, though they expect the market to "regain its footing" in...
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Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Just Shared Their Last Royal Instagram Post & We're Crying
Royal life is officially coming to an end for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. After waving goodbye to the rest of their senior royal duties and leaving the U.K., we're now...
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Chanel Is Making Face Masks To Help French Health Care Workers During COVID-19
With COVID-19 spreading further and straining the health care system, fashion brand Chanel has pledged to make face masks and other protective gear in its French workshops...
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Watch a Professional Mermaid's Full Beauty Routine - Video
Curious how a professional mermaid - yes, mermaid! - gets ready for her gigs? Allure got the chance to catch up with Ellie Jimenez, who's worked as a "real-life" mermaid for...
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Coronavirus: The challenges and benefits of outdoor recreation
During the lockdown, all sporting facilities, back-country trails and parks are closed. So what can we do?
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The bizarre competition in Japan that sees exquisite mini gardens built on the back of TRUCKS
Every year green-fingered landscaping fanatics take part in the Kei Truck Garden Contest, which sees them build gardens on the back of 'keitora' vehicles in just a few hours.
49 minutes ago - Mail Online
New at home this week: 'Onward,' Nina Simone and 'The Talk'
Epic adventures, exotic locales and cocktails mixed to order by bartenders - they may be largely off limits for the moment, but not on a device near you
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Globus cancels travel until July
One of the world's largest tour operators has cancelled all tours, cruises and vacation packages through June 30 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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9 virtual tours of museums and iconic sites you can take right now
You can't go out, but you can still explore. These virtual tours allow you to experience some of the world's most fascinating sites, and learn from its greatest museums...
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How Bad Is a Pandemic for Small Retailers - and Can They Bounce Back?
Unsurprisingly, brick-and-mortar retailers will be among the hardest hit businesses following the Covid-19 outbreak. Large, publicly-traded retailers like Gap and J.C. Penney...
Sunscreen Sales Are Declining During the Coronavirus Pandemic - But Experts...
According to Nielson and NPR, sunscreen sales have been dropping in the U.S. over the past several weeks in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, reportedly down 2.7% the week...
Prince Charles out of seven-day self-isolation after testing positive for...
Coronavirus: Prince Charles out of seven-day self-isolation
EasyJet grounds its entire fleet of 330 planes due to coronavirus pandemic
The Luton-based company has worked with union Unite to agree two-month furlough arrangements for cabin crew which means that crew will be paid 80% of their average pay.
Veteran Japanese comic Ken Shimura dies after being tested positive for...
Ken Shimura dies after being tested positive for coronavirus
10 best travel books that we're living vicariously through
The world may be closed off, but that doesn't mean you can't immerse yourself in far-off places. We're in the thick of the COVID-19 crisis , where national borders are being...
Fashion giants from Gucci to Balenciaga are producing masks and CoViD-19...
As surgical masks and medical overalls run short amidst the coronavirus epidemic, fashion giants from Gucci to Balenciaga have started manufacturing them in their workshops for...
Coronavirus: Drunken antics at Wellington wedding led to Covid-19 cluster
A drunken dance, a snog, a passout, and another snog were behind a Wellington Covid-19 cluster.
Keep on planting: veges to grow in autumn
April is a great time to plant and sow veges for winter and spring harvests.
Coronavirus: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern urges people be mindful of new mums
Prime minister says hospitals are juggling keeping mum and baby safe, while keeping coronavirus out.