American Bus Association President and CEO Peter Pantuso tells ‘Varney & Co.’ that this year revenue for the industry is down more than $7 billion from pre-pandemic levels.  American Bus Association President and CEO Peter Pantuso told “Varney & Co.” on Monday that the bus industry is “really in peril right now,” noting that there are challenges all “across the board.”  Pantuso listed some of the challenges the industry is currently dealing with, noting that fewer people have been commuting to work and conventions have been slow to return following the COVID pandemic. “On the charter bus side, planning takes a long time, sometimes months, sometimes years,” he told host Stuart Varney, noting that conventions and other events, which often use charter buses have been “slow to come back.“Pantuso, who is the CEO of the trade organization for motorcoach operators and tour companies in the U.S. and Canada, also told Varney that scheduled buses have only rebounded about 50% since the onset of the pandemic.”  “Across the board, the industry is still operating at about 50%,” he said, noting that the number is better than 2020, “but a far cry from where we would normally be.”  During the pandemic, busses that transport entert …