Dozens of flights were canceled at airports in Florida, Puerto Rico and more.
The CDC has added 16 more countries to their highest level of COVID-19 risk for travelers as the delta variant continues to fuel cases around the world.
A computer-chip shortage is still slowing the production of new vehicles, which is also driving up the price of used cars. With limited inventory on car lots, used car prices jumped more than 10%, in June, according to the Commerce Department.
Time announced this year’s World’s Greatest Places featuring 100 unique destinations, with 21 coming from the United States alone.
Houston is not the only city seeing a rise in violent road rage incidents this year. What’s behind it?
Regent Seven Seas 2024 World Cruise sold out in less than three hours, setting a premium for post-pandemic travel.
The investment is part of United's goal to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions 100% by 2050
Deep Dive Dubai opened a 196 feet deep diving pool including an abandoned city, chess, foosball and cars. The pool opens to the public this July.
The TSA said their agents screened more than 10.1 million people passing through U.S. airports over the Fourth of July weekend.
Royal Caribbean is now requiring that some of the passengers who are not fully vaccinated buy travel insurance. That's on top of COVID tests and other protocols.
Maybe you're headed somewhere for the summer, and some of the rules are a little bit confusing. We’ve also been seeing a whole lot of bad behavior, especially up in the planes.
A shortage of truck drivers is causing gasoline delivery delays, leaving some stations with low or no gas. Travelers taking road trips for the Fourth of July are advised to not let their fuel flirt too close to empty. They may have to travel to the next exit if they come upon a station without gas.
If you’re on a boat, remember boating under the influence carries the same penalty as driving under the influence. Also be sure to make a float plan.
Interest in travel has boomed in the last month, and Google Trends’ latest consumer insight report has the inside scoop on the types of destinations people are seeking out this summer.
New stats show it'll be busy at Houston airports this holiday weekend. Augusto Bernal from Houston Airport System has some tips to get to your destination without all the frustration.
Holiday travel is expected to be busy for this weekend's July 4th holiday. AAA estimates that pent-up travel demand will send more than 47 million Americans out and about this weekend, up 40% percent over last year. 9 out of 10 of those travelers will be driving, while a few million will fly, instead.
If Memorial Day was any indication of what’s to come, a greater number of people will be traveling this summer compared to last. Joining us to talk about the projected forecast for this Independence Day, as well as where gas prices are going, is Joshua Zuber with AAA Texas.
Royal Caribbean International is postponing for nearly a month one of the highly anticipated first sailings from the U.S. since the pandemic began because eight crew members tested positive for COVID-19.
Royal Caribbean is postponing the inaugural sailings of its new cruise ship, “Odyssey of the Seas,” after eight crew members tested positive for COVID-19.
Summer seems to be shaping up as the season of vacci-cations. More people are booking trips than ever before and that's led to the rise of another post pandemic problem: travel anxiety. Dr. Christopher Taylor with Taylor Counseling Group explains what this is and how to overcome it.