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Delta Labeled “Junk”; Disney Wants to Reopen on April Fools’ Day; Watch a Northern Lights Live Stream!

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Delta Air Lines took a big credit hit. Meanwhile, Disney is very optimistic they’ll open Disneyland and Disney World next week. And if the Northern Lights will come to you — virtually!

Those are some of the news headlines and other posts that caught my eye. I think you, too, may find them interesting.

Disney Claims They’ll Reopen Parks — on April Fools’ Day

Is Disney Mickey Mousing around or what? The empire thinks they’ll reopen Disneyland and Disney World on April 1.

Universal Studios, meanwhile, has pushed back their projected reopening date to April 19.

Could Delta Even Get Approved for their Own Credit Cards?

The S&P torpedoed Delta’s credit rating, labeling it “Junk.”

London City Airport Suspends Private and Commercial Operations

London City airport — which lends itself to some pretty steep final approaches — has closed to private and commercial operations until the end of April.

Kevin at Economy Class & Beyond notes “(To) support the community, London City Airport has offered its field to the Government in case it can be used to support the emergency services, military or other government agencies as needed. They will work with the authorities to support the national effort to combat the outbreak of this virus and provide care to people in need.”

Enjoy the Northern Lights — from Anywhere!

Explore.org features a camera positioned to stream the Northern Lights!

Aurora borealis with silhouette love romantic couple on the mountain.Honeymoon travel concept
(©iStock.com/basiczto)

PureWow notes that your best chances to see the Aurora borealis is nightly between 10 PM and 4 AM EDT.

Ouch: Tough Times for a Hotel Named “Corona”

As if the travel industry hasn’t taken enough of a beating, things are extra difficult for a Japanese hotel named “Corona.”

— Chris

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2 Comments

  1. Someone has to put a stop to the hysteria but I think Disney’s time frame is about 1 or 2 weeks too early for the general public. Imagine if you will that Disney did open on April 1st. Everyone would be up on arms for a day or so all over social media about the announcement but then the Disney fanatics would realize that if they went to the park the crowds might be smaller so they would have a better chance at getting on more rides. This will be interesting to watch as it develops. They could be a huge contributor to restarting our economy and reversing this economic disaster.

  2. Disney Land will not reopening anytime soon. The CA governor will not allow it. He’s already said we’re looking at 8-12 weeks.

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