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Florida’s Memorial Day gas prices were lower than 2018 holiday levels

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Gas prices in Florida on Memorial Day averages $2.86 per gallon. Although the state average was higher than the last two years, it was 5 cents less than what drivers paid in Florida during the 2018 holiday weekend. Gas prices in the Sunshine State have been on the decline over the last two weeks, dropping nearly 3 cents. The state average is now 7 cents more than a month ago and nearly a dollar per gallon more than this time last year. “Gas prices are relatively stagnant as we enter the start of the busy summer driving season,” Mark Jenkins, a spokesman...

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Is your car road trip ready? Here are some common things to check to avoid getting stranded

TAMPA, Fla. — If you’re planning on taking your first major road trip since the coronavirus pandemic began, take some time to ensure your ride is up to par. A year’s worth of pent-up demand is about to be unleashed as 34 million Americans plan on taking a road trip this Memorial Day weekend. If you haven’t made a big trip in a while, it’s a wise idea to make sure your vehicle is safe and ready to travel. “Some vehicles may have spent more time in the driveway than on the roadway after a year of disrupted schedules due to the pandemic,” said Mark Jenkins, a spokesman...

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Technical error briefly delays American Airlines travelers

FORT WORTH, Tx. — People traveling with American Airlines early Friday morning were met with major delays due to a downed system. A photo from Boston Logan airport in Massachusetts show travelers lined up and waiting to check-in for their flight. Live from @BostonLogan at least 400 people at 415AM trying to check into flights… no word from the airline yet #americanair #americanairlines @AmericanAir pic.twitter.com/6EE8PfkNbZ — abby wieman (@Abby_wieman) May 21, 2021 The company in charge of American Airlines’ technical system, Sabre Corporation, said they experienced...

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Tourist stranded after strong winds damage glass bridge

LONGJING, China / CNN — Officials are blaming extreme weather for causing a terrifying incident that left one tourist stranded on a glass-bottomed suspension bridge in northeast China on May 7. A photo shared by Chinese state media Xinhua on Chinese social media site Weibo shows a person clinging to the bridge’s railing, surrounded by missing and damaged glass platform panels. The bridge is located in the Piyan Mountain Cultural Tourism Scenic Area outside the city of Longjing. That area was hit by record-high winds of up to 93 MPH. Officials said that rescue teams were called in...

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Thursday was the busiest day of air travel since start of pandemic

WASHINGTON — Airports saw the most people to pass through security since the start of the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday, officials said. A spokesperson for the Transportation Security Administration said that 1,644,050 people went through TSA on May 6. The record for travel in the COVID-19 era is still a far cry from ‘normal.’ On the same day in 2019, around 2,555,000 people were screened. “Please continue to wear a mask,” the spokesperson said. Wearing face masks in airports and on planes is a federal requirement. Any one who refuses to wear a mask in these...

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CEO: Norwegian Cruise Line could suspend departures from Florida over vaccine passport law

CNN – The CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. said Thursday that Florida’s new vaccine passport law could cause the company to suspend departures from the state. “At the end of the day, cruise ships have motors, propellers and rudders, and God forbid we can’t operate in the state of Florida for whatever reason, then there are other states that we do operate from, and we can operate from the Caribbean for a ship that otherwise would have gone to Florida,” CEO Frank Del Rio said during the company’s quarterly earnings call. Last month, Gov. Ron DeSantis...

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Airline offers ‘dark tourism’ trip with flight above Chernobyl

CNN – If you’ve ever wanted to see the site of the world’s worst nuclear disaster, you could get the chance to glimpse it from above. To commemorate the 35th anniversary of the catastrophe this month, an aerial tour is being offered that will give passengers a chance to gaze down on the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant and the abandoned city of Pripyat, CNN reported. Ukrainian International Airlines is operating the tour on April 25, which is the eve of the date that Chernobyl’s Reactor No, 4 exploded in 1986, sending a toxic plume of radioactivity into the skies over...

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Average Florida gas prices barely lower than last week

Florida gas prices are averaging about 1-cent cheaper than what they were last week, according to AAA. The average price for a gallon of gas in Florida is $2.83. Motorists will find the highest gas prices in West Palm Beach-Boca Raton ($2.96), Tallahassee ($2.90), and Panama City ($2.90). The lowest prices were reported in Punta Gorda ($2.75), Jacksonville ($2.76), and Orlando ($2.77). AAA surveys up to 130,000 gas stations every day and average prices in their reports are for regular, unleaded gasoline. The post Average Florida gas prices barely lower than last week appeared first on NBC2 News. ...

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Naples Beach Club could be replaced by luxe hotel company

COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. — After 75 years of hotel service, the Naples Beach Club on Gulfshore Boulevard is soon to be a thing of the past. If you want to stay at the Naples Beach Club Hotel, you have until May 23. That’s when it will close its doors after 75 years. Although nothing is set in stone, the Athens Group has a letter of intent with the luxury hotel company Four Seasons. The Athens Group said it’s goal is to mitigate construction impacts to neighbors if their plan comes to fruition. Demolition hours would be Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Right...

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