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For some, plans for where to fly, drive and stay to hopefully catch a glimpse of the last total solar eclipse in the contiguous United States until 2044 have been in place for months or even years. The total solar eclipse’s path of totality — where the moon completely blocks the face of the sun — stretches across portions of 13 US states as well as parts of Canada and Mexico. A view from a plane during an eclipse flight from the Russian city of Murmansk to observe a solar eclipse on March 20, 2015, above the Norwegian Sea. Airbnb reports a 1000% surge in searches for stays along the entire path of totality over the solar eclipse weekend for check-ins on April 7, 2024. Austin and the surrounding Hill Country area and Indianapolis are among the most booked destinations across all of North America on Airbnb for the solar eclipse weekend, Thorn said.
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REUTERS/Marco Bello/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsWASHINGTON, Aug 24 (Reuters) - The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Thursday it is considering subjecting high-volume charter flight operators to stricter regulations imposed on passenger airlines. Airline unions have opposed the expansion of charter operations. Association of Flight Attendants-CWA President Sara Nelson praised the FAA action, calling the charter regulations a "loophole that undermines safety and security rules for commercial aviation." SkyWest (SKYW.O) has sought approval to conduct passenger operations through a separate charter operation and faces strong opposition from unions. Aviation unions and American Airlines (AAL.O) have criticized growing charter operations by air carrier JSX.
Persons: Marco Bello, Sara Nelson, JSX, David Shepardson, Matthew Lewis Organizations: Miami International Airport, Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, REUTERS, Rights, Airline, Association of Flight, Transportation Security Administration, Transportation Department, SkyWest, Aviation, American Airlines, United Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Thomson Locations: Florida, Miami , Florida, U.S, Dallas, Washington
Wall Street is getting the Hollywood treatment again. - Paul Giamatti as AMC's Adam Aron (This guy knows his way around Wall Street.) For more on the upcoming GameStop movie, including who is set to play the "pot-smoking retail trader," click here. Here's why the rest of Wall Street might be motivated to help First Republic. Meet the new generation of the ultra-rich on Wall Street.
However, the popular corridor between New York and Miami will cost between $599 and $929 one-way this summer, according to JSX's website. A view out of the window of a JSX plane. Taylor Rains/InsiderSource: JSX
While JSX is typically more expensive than competitors like American Airlines and Southwest Airlines, I wanted to see if the hassle-free experience is worth the higher fare. (Insider paid a media rate.) Here's what my flight from Burbank to Phoenix was like. Flying on JSX from Burbank to Phoenix. Taylor Rains/InsiderDisclaimer: Insider paid a media rate of $100 for the one-way flight from Burbank to Phoenix.
Elon Musk recently said Starlink has manufactured more than one million user terminals. Musk said on Twitter on Saturday that SpaceX has so far manufactured more than one million Starlink user terminals, which connect to the company's satellites in orbit. SpaceX, the aerospace manufacturer founded by Musk, has an expansive, high-speed satellite internet network in space called Starlink. A photo of SpaceX's Starlink user terminal, or satellite dish, installed on a roof. Starlink uses antennas — "electrically identical" to existing user terminals — which can be mounted on vehicles, vessels, and aircraft.
SpaceX hosted a demo of its Starlink satellite internet service on a JSX jet last week. The event was held on a JSX jet, a regional carrier that describes itself as a "hop-on jet service." Since SpaceX entered the satellite internet market it has been vying with more established providers, including Viasat and Intelsat. What's more, regulators have expressed doubt in SpaceX's satellite internet service. Last month, Royal Caribbean announced it had launched the satellite internet service across its fleet of ships.
Starlink is SpaceX's broadband service that beams internet connectivity from satellites in orbit. SpaceX, the aerospace manufacturer founded by Musk, has an expansive, high-speed satellite internet network in space called Starlink. Spectators watch from Canaveral National Seashore as a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying 60 Starlink satellites launches. A photo of SpaceX's Starlink user terminal, or satellite dish, installed on a roof. A photo illustration of a satellite-tracking app showing one of SpaceX's Starlink internet-beaming spacecraft on a map of Earth.
Starlink is now allowed to beam broadband into moving vehicles, the FCC said Thursday. This means it will be possible to use Starlink in moving cars, planes, and boats. Starlink already has deals to provide in-flight WiFi to at least two airlines. Starlink uses a network of satellites in low orbit to beam down broadband to users' satellite dishes, called terminals. At launch the company said the internet service could not be used while the RV was in motion.
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