About 37 million people will travel this Memorial Day, a significant boost from a year ago, according to AAA’s forecast for the traditional kickoff of the country’s summer driving season.
The White House has held multiple discussions on reopening travel to the U.S. from the U.K. and other European countries and Brazil, even amid a surge in coronavirus cases, according to people familiar with the matter.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said the Trump administration is examining executive actions to help airlines avoid employee furloughs should Congress fail to provide assistance in a new round of stimulus.
American Airlines Group will cut 19,000 workers once federal payroll aid expires Oct. 1, capping a 30% workforce reduction since the coronavirus pandemic began to torpedo travel demand.
The coronavirus pandemic has undermined road travel data, but anecdotal information points to fewer drivers likely to take to the road for Memorial Day weekend, AAA announced.
TravelCenters of America, an operator of truck stops and convenience stores, reported lower net income for the fourth quarter and full year in 2016 as revenue was mixed.February 28, 2017
AAA reports more than 103 million Americans — the most on record — are expected to travel for the year-end holidays.
U.S. motorists logged 2.9% more miles in September versus last year, new federal data showed, continuing a record-setting pace amid low gasoline prices and lower unemployment.
TravelCenters of America reported third-quarter income rose as revenue dipped amid gains in fuel volume, fuel gross margin, nonfuel gross margin and continued improvements in site level operating expense controls, it said.November 8, 2016
TravelCenters of America announced the formation of the TA Truck Service Commercial Tire Network to meet increased customer demand for flexible, efficient sourcing of commercial tires.November 4, 2016