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US domestic air travel to normalise by 2022: report | News

A new report from consulting firm Oliver Wyman predicts US domestic air travel will fully recover by early next year.

The company’s Airline Economic Analysis 2020-2021, published on 5 April, says air travel’s post-coronavirus recovery is moving more quickly than expected, as economic measures and the nationwide vaccine roll-out continue gaining traction.

Domestic travel will normalise by 2022, with business and international travel to return to pre-Covid levels one year later.

Early in the pandemic, aviation experts had feared the downturn would last five years or more.

“A year ago, we would have thought that a full domestic recovery in

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Pamplico man charged with domestic violence while on vacation at Hilton Head Island

PAMPLICO, S.C. (WBTW) — A Pamplico man was charged with domestic violence while on vacation in Hilton Head, according to deputies.

Robert Bostick allegedly got into an argument with a woman March 20 at the Westin Hotel on Hilton Head Island, according to deputies. The argument started at the pool of the hotel, and continued in a hotel room.

The victim tried recording the argument and threatened to call the police on Bostick, when he took her phone out of her hands and threw it at the door, according to deputies. The victim tried to go to the hotel balcony

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France to close schools, ban domestic travel as virus surges

PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday announced a three-week nationwide school closure and a month-long domestic travel ban, as the rapid spread of the virus ramped up pressure on hospitals.

In a televised address to the nation, Macron said new efforts are needed as “the epidemic is accelerating.”

It’s a departure from the government’s policy in recent months, which has focused on regionalized restrictions. School closures in particular had been seen as a very last resort.

“We’re going to close nursery, elementary and high schools for three weeks,” Macron said, adding that a nationwide 7 p.m.- 6

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COVID NY Update: Mandatory domestic travel quarantine ends Thursday, but is it safe to fly?

NEW YORK (WABC) — The number of air travelers has been increasing by the week, and now, there’s some good news for those coming into the Tri-state area — at least for those who were actually following the rules.

New York’s once-mandatory two-week quarantine for anyone traveling into the region from other states was lifted Thursday, but many are wondering if air travel is safe?

While no longer required, the state Department of Health still recommends quarantine after domestic travel as an added precaution.

But for many newly-vaccinated New Yorkers, travel is at the top of the list.

“I’m ready

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Man arrested for domestic abuse after numerous 911 calls from hotel

ALLOUEZ, Wis. (WBAY) – A 33-year-old man is facing 30 years in prison if convicted on domestic abuse-related charges stemming from a fight at a Green Bay-area hotel.

Brown County dispatchers received several 911 calls from Hawthorn Suites on W. St. Joseph St. in Allouez at about 10 o’clock Thursday morning, all reporting a woman screaming in one of the rooms. Deputies knocked and announced themselves, and a woman who was crying hysterically answered the door.

According to the woman, she and her baby were staying with Jose Perez-Muniz. She said he came home from work in a bad mood

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Olympia mayor calls forcible occupation of hotel ‘domestic terrorism’

City officials in Olympia, Wash., on Tuesday condemned the actions of activists aligned with the group Oly Housing Now, after the forcible occupation of a hotel over the weekend to demand pandemic housing for the homeless, according to a report.

“I’m calling this crime an act of domestic terrorism,” Olympia Mayor Cheryl Selby said at a city council meeting on Tuesday, according to the Olympian.

The group of approximately 45 people barged into the Downtown Olympia Red Lion Hotel around 11 a.m. local time Sunday “armed with items such as hatchets, batons, knives and had gasmasks, helmets, and goggles 

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