Stock Markets Sink on Cruise Ship Stock Sales; Online Travel Shares Fall

Tuesday was an off day on Wall Street, as investors hit the pause button in what has been an amazing upward move for the overall stock market in recent weeks. Losses weren’t all that significant, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES:^DJI) and S&P 500 (SNPINDEX:^GSPC) losing just enough to give bullish market participants the idea that indexes are setting up for another big push higher.

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Kickoff of the Fall Holiday Season at Frankfurt Airport

The fall travel season is just around the corner: school holidays will start next Friday in Hesse and several other German states. Despite the ongoing global pandemic, many holiday destinations can still be safely and easily reached from Frankfurt Airport (FRA) while complying with current requirements. To let passengers embark on their trips without worrying, in recent months the airport has worked closely with other institutions to implement a comprehensive

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The Best New (and Newly Updated) Luxury Hotels to Visit in New England This Fall

The world may feel like a very different place than it did last autumn, but thankfully nothing has changed the changing of the seasons. Fall still brings the colorful kaleidoscope of transforming foliage, best experienced in New England, the country’s leaf-peeping capital. This season, several new (and newly updated) topflight hotels are beckoning sophisticated travelers to their stylish suites, luxe spas, locavore restaurants, expansive grounds and the autumnal views that

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Hotels to lose three million bookings to Covid restrictions as numbers fall to ‘all-time low’, IHF warns

Irish hotels are forecast to lose almost 3.3 million bednight bookings between now and the end of the year due to current Covid-19 restrictions, the Irish Hotel Federation (IHF) has warned.

The IHF warns that 100,000 jobs are gone already and another 100,000 are now at risk without immediate Government supports to keep them afloat.

An IHF survey of 301 premises across the country revealed that hotel room occupancy rates

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Travel Industry Updates for Fall 2020 Business Travel

Planning business travel during the coronavirus pandemic is hard enough. With the winter months fast approaching, knowing what to look for may feel like an overwhelming task. If you’re worried about traveling in the coming months, there are policies to be aware of before you book any reservations. 

Some destinations are open, some require a quarantine, and some are closed for most people, depending on where they are traveling from.

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A Covid-19 surge in fall and winter could kill 2,900 Americans a day. Here’s why, and how you can turn the tide around



a man walking down the street: Two people wear protective face masks as they walk along a commercial street in the Gravesend section of the Brooklyn borough of New York, Monday, Sept. 28, 2020. The area has seen a recent uptick in COVID-19 cases, according to New York City health data. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo raised alarm Monday about the emergence of a handful of coronavirus hot spots in New York, saying just 10 ZIP codes represented more than a quarter of the state's new infections in recent testing. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)


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Two people wear protective face masks as they walk along a commercial street in the Gravesend section of the Brooklyn borough of New York, Monday, Sept. 28, 2020. The area has seen a recent uptick in COVID-19 cases, according to New York City health data. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo raised alarm Monday about the emergence of a handful of coronavirus hot spots in New York, saying
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3 Car Safety Tips To Hit The Road This Fall

3 Car Safety Tips To Hit The Road This Fall

When you’re behind the wheel of your car – whether you’re driving alone or with friends and family – safety should always be your biggest concern.  And with fall officially in full swing, a new survey conducted by Bridgestone Americas has found that 61 percent of drivers plan to hit the road just this season. While many are planning their next hiking trip, beach getaway, or even just a remote

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7 Safe(r) Travel and Adventure Ideas for Fall 2020

The pandemic put a real damper on our spring and summer plans, and the reality is that we still need to continue taking necessary precautions as we venture into fall and winter. Luckily, there are certainly ways to venture outside of the house with minimal risk of catching or spreading coronavirus. The key is to wear your masks and to avoid crowded, enclosed spaces.

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Fall Tire Safety Tips from Cooper Tire

FINDLAY, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Colorful leaves and dropping temperatures are a sign that fall is beginning, and Cooper Tire & Rubber Company encourages drivers to use the changing season as a reminder to check their tires and ensure they’re prepared for the potentially challenging road conditions that autumn weather brings. This time of year, drivers need to be aware of changing temperatures, increased rain and more debris on the roads.

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Hotels fall behind on debt, delay building projects in long-term pandemic squeeze

Construction on no fewer than three hotels that are part of overall developments totaling at least $466 million have been slowed as a result of COVID. In addition, a $75 million hotel has halted construction as it attempts to secure more financing.

The biggest of them all, a proposed boutique 228-room Thompson Hotel in the $377 million development known as The Mid, has had its construction start date pushed back

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New Survey Shows New Users & Business Travel Will Bolster Private Jet Travel For The Fall

MIAMI, Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Private Jet Card Comparisons has released the results of a new survey that reveals 90% of new and existing private aviation users are expecting to travel by private jet this fall. According to the survey, 51% of respondents are planning to increase their use of private aviation, with 31% reporting their companies are expanding usage of private aviation services. The survey analyzed individuals’

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5 incredible fall getaways in the Northeast



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Editor’s note: As the travel industry reopens following COVID-19 shutdowns, TPG suggests that you talk to your doctor, follow health officials’ guidance and research local travel restrictions before booking that next trip. We’ll be here to help you

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New hotels opening this fall despite Covid-19 crisis

(CNN) — To say that Covid-19 has hurt the hotel industry, along with travel as a whole, is something of an understatement.
According to Hotel News Now, the news division of hotel research company STR, the sector has seen a loss of 5 million jobs since February in the United States alone. And Zachary Sears, a senior economist at Tourism Economics, part of research firm Oxford Economics, says that hotel
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Tips to take a safe and affordable Fall road trip | Articles



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As American families continue to track developments of the pandemic, many are opting for regional travel experiences this fall.

For some, a road trip to a national park or quaint town might provide just the right combination of taking in the fall scenery while traveling in a way that limits contact with others. However, even road trips close to home can incur their

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