Month: March 2022

Congressman Mike Garcia, KHTS Radio To Host An Advocacy Trip To Washington DC For Santa Clarita Businesses & Residents

SCV TO DC Trip Slated For September 19, 20 & 21, 2022 On the heels of the popular annual KHTS Sacramento trip, the Santa Clarita radio station is bringing back its Washington DC Advocacy trip in cooperation with Santa Clarita Congressman Mike Garcia. The four-day trip from Sept. 18 – Sept. 21, (Sunday, September 18, …

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Yampa Valley airport increases staffing to accommodate flight growth year-round

A United Airlines jet takes off from Yampa Valley Regional Airport Friday afternoon.John F. Russell/Steamboat Pilot & Today The Yampa Valley Regional Airport’s busy season — which has been at a record level of busy this year — is winding down. Many of the flights bringing tourists from places like Boston, Los Angeles, and Houston …

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Best Luxury Travel Destinations Of 2022: Monaco’s Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo

As travel continues its triumphant rebound—some 70% of leisure travelers in countries including the US, the UK, and Canada plan to spend more on travel in 2022 than they have in the past five years, according to a recent report—globetrotters climbing the walls after two years of lockdown are ready to splurge on extravagant getaways. …

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Moscow says all foreign leased aircraft will remain in Russia

Passenger planes owned by Russia’s airlines, including Aeroflot and Rossiya, are parked at Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow, Russia March 1, 2022. REUTERS/Marina Lystseva Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register March 31 (Reuters) – All foreign leased aircraft still in Russia after the termination of Western leasing contracts will remain in Russia, …

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Russia to give $1.2 billion to help domestic airlines and flights

adds context, remarks on leasing March 31 (Reuters) † President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Russia would provide domestic airlines with 100 billion rubles ($1.25 billion) in support to help them deal with the consequences of international sanctions. In televised remarks at the end of a meeting with representatives of airlines and aircraft manufacturers, …

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Manchester police investigate after 3 credit card skimmers found in stores

Manchester police investigate after 3 credit card skimmers found in stores Updated: 6:43 PM EDT Mar 31, 2022 Hide Transcript Show Transcript FEEL RIG, HTEXPERTS SAY DON’T USE IT. THREE CREDIT CARD SKIMMER DEVICES HA BVEEEN FOUND IN THE GREENS GETTING — QUEEN CITY, FIRST AT WALMART ON LDGO STREET IS COVERED AOSS L PREVENTION …

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How Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could hurt travel’s recovery

(CNN) — This was supposed to be a year of recovery for a travel industry hit hard by the global coronavirus pandemic. But Russia’s invasion of Ukraine may have just changed that. After two years of disrupted travel due to ever-changing Covid-19 restrictions, airlines and tour operators are once again bracing for closed skies, cancellations …

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Panchkula couple duped of ₹96,000 by Gurugram-based travel agency

Police on Thursday registered a case against the directors of a travel agency following the complaint of a couple who was allegedly cheated of 96,000. The complainant, Nilay Saini, a hotelier from Sector 16, Panchkula, filed a case against the company M/s The Journey Resort Private Limited, Gurgaon, and its six directors. In his complaint, …

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Serial airline starter expands Charleston’s flight plans > Charleston Business Journal

David Neeleman is good at starting airlines. “That’s what I do,” he said. His track record isn’t as strong for seeing operations through, but he hopes the success of his newest venture, Breeze Airways, is a sign that the worst is behind him. Headquartered in Utah, the airline launched in May with two nonstop flights …

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