The COVID-19 pandemic made for a tough year in the tourism industry. As summer approaches, small businesses reflect how the pandemic has changed their operations and what they expect this season.
No one was injured, but the plane sustained damage when it hit a chunk of ice and frozen gravel, breaking the right main gear and tipping it down on its wing.
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