Travel Channel Paranormal Programming Highlights for October 12th – 25th

UPCOMING PREMIERES

NEW SEASON

GHOST NATION

Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango are back for more adventures to the other side in a new season of “Ghost Nation.” This season’s locations have bigger mysteries, are more chilling and have never been investigated on television. And this time, they are calling in an old friend for some help – paranormal investigator Shari DeBenedetti. On all investigations, collecting evidence is just the beginning. With the help of their local contacts, they’re going to embed themselves in the community, conducting multi-day investigations in an effort to track down the true source of these hauntings and restore peace to the living. Under the United Paranormal Research Organization (UPRO) banner, local paranormal groups will join the team as they employ new devices and techniques for confronting and questioning spirits. They’ll do whatever it takes to entice the ghost into telling its story and stop at nothing to get to the bottom of the paranormal phenomena. [Hour-long episodes]

SEASON PREMIERE: “Evil Ink” – Premieres Saturday, October 17 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves, Dave Tango and Shari DeBenedetti investigate the paranormal events plaguing the Zone13 Tattoo and Body Piercing shop in New Jersey. They head to the town of Deptford to investigate the tattoo shop where disturbing apparitions, disembodied voices and even physical encounters are threatening the business. After their own investigation, it seems that whatever noises the team are hearing are following them as they move. With all these strange happenings and fresh evidence, the UPRO team will determine if the shop is actually haunted by one of the property’s former owners, a woman named Bertha.

“911 Fear Factory” – Premieres Saturday, October 24 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves, Dave Tango and Shari DeBenedetti head to Millville, New Jersey,

TurboRes is Helping Rebuild Travel & Tourism With New Website

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SAN DIEGO, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — TurboRes, a trendsetting platform in the hospitality industry has launched a new website to prepare for increased travel in the coming months. The new website is designed to help businesses seamlessly book travel for their employees. It also helps hotels and restaurants gain more visibility and enhances the direct booking process. TurboRes helps these clients by providing intelligent qualified exposure, distribution channel management, a flat listing fee, and robust food and beverage listings.

In addition to the new website, TurboRes is also launching an exclusive platform for their business and hotel partners that makes it easy for them to manage their bookings. This platform has all the information hospitality businesses need to grow their bookings safely amidst the COVID-19 crisis.

About TurboRes

Our mission is straight forward; let’s help rebuild travel & tourism in the safest and most efficient way. That all starts with a better understanding of the challenges faced by hotels, restaurants and the airlines. We are confident that our TurboRes platform will drive a much healthier flow of revenue to the travel industry (our B2B partners) while providing frequent travelers with the highest level of service (our B2C organizations). To learn more about TurboRes, visit our website.

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Already Weak, Air Travel Demand Is Fading. And Pent-Up Business Travel Demand Will Be Soft Whenever It Arrives

The global decline in air travel will be worse than previously forecast and a new report on corporations’ plans travel through 2021 shows that the recovery of business travel demand will continue be sluggish even after the anticipated approval of one or more Covid-19 vaccines in, hopefully, the first half of 2021.

The International Air Transport Association, the airline industry’s global trade group, said Tuesday that global passenger traffic this year will be down a whopping two-thirds – or 66% – from 2019. Previously IATA had forecast a traffic decline of 63%.

While the revised view is only 3 percentage points worse than IATA’s previous forecast, the enormous numbers of passenger miles flown globally in a year means that measly 3-point difference amounts to a staggering 220.5 million fewer passenger miles being flown this year than previously expected by IATA. Globally in 2019 the world’s airlines flew about 5.2 trillion passenger miles. One passenger flying one mile equals a passenger mile flown. IATA now expects the world’s airlines to fly only about 1.65 trillion passenger miles, total, in 2020.

“The improvement that we saw in the summer months has more or less stopped,” said IATA Chief Economist Brian Pearce.

Globally, airline traffic in August – typically the peak month for air travel – was down 75.3% from the same month in 2019, when adjusted for both the number of passengers flown and the distances they flew. In July, he said the year-over-year drop was even worse: down 79.5%. He did not provide traffic decline figures for September,