After air travel hit a pandemic high over the July 4th weekend, United Airlines said it plans to add flights to some domestic and international beach destinations over the winter holidays.
We needed a break. A break from vaccines, viruses, masks, plans for next year, plans for returning to the office, plans to return to normalcy when nothing really feels normal. A resort was in order, but we aren’t ready to fly yet, and though I love Branson’s Big Cedar, I wanted something new.
Americans are expected to celebrate their COVID independence over the July 4 holiday weekend.
Beaches, hotels and casinos nationwide are filling up again as COVID-19 vaccination rates climb and closure orders lift. But the surge in summer tourism is being driven almost entirely by U.S. residents.
Matthew Vohen chose a terrible weekend for his first-ever commercial airline trip.
Federal officials are warning travelers to behave or face potential criminal penalties for unruly behavior.
The number of United States air travelers soared to a new record high for the COVID-19 pandemic on Sunday.
The series of flight cancellations from American Airlines this weekend will continue to plague Monday travelers.
The European Union on Friday decided to gradually ease COVID-19 entry restrictions for travelers from the United States and some other countries and regions as the epidemiological situations there are improving.
Walt Disney World Resort in Florida has announced that it will be scaling down some of its COVID-19 precautions for fully vaccinated guests, starting June 15.
The days of bargain basement airfares are ending as the U.S. vaccine supply unleashes a wave of pent-up travel demand.
Daily U.S. air travelers exceeded 2 million for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, reaching almost three-quarters of the volume recorded on the same day in 2019, according to the Transportation Security Administration.
Two people traveling on the first North American cruise since March 2020 have tested positive for COVID-19.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has revised travel recommendations for dozens of countries to a lower risk tier, adjusting travel guidance for vaccinated Americans.
The Biden administration is forming working groups with Canada, Mexico, the EU and the U.K. to examine how to reopen international travel as the coronavirus pandemic eases, a White House official said Wednesday.