Time announced this year’s World’s Greatest Places featuring 100 unique destinations, with 21 coming from the United States alone.
A State Department official told FOX News that there are currently approximately 2,170,000 passport applications pending adjudication.
As many as 2 million Americans are eagerly awaiting their passports to be issued or renewed by the U.S. State Department, and the processing backlog is creating an opportunity for scammers to take advantage of impatient travelers.
Regent Seven Seas 2024 World Cruise sold out in less than three hours, setting a premium for post-pandemic travel.
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.
Airlines may be required to refund fees on checked baggage if the bags are delayed. The proposal could take effect by next summer if approved.
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.
The Transportation Security Administration said it screened more than 2.1 million flight passengers this weekend, the most since the beginning of the pandemic.
United Airlines placed one of the largest orders ever for commercial planes so it can replace aging ones and prepare for growth as the pandemic subsides.
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.
The Atlanta-based airline plans to hire 1,000 more pilots to keep up with demand during an “accelerated” recovery period since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The U.S. extended restrictions with Canada and Mexico land borders on non-essential travel through July 21 amid the ongoing effort to limit COVID-19.
The recommendation from the European Union is non-binding, and national governments still have authority to require test results or vaccination records and to set other entry conditions.
Carnival Cruise Line confirmed plans to restart U.S. sailings from its Texas port as early as July 3 for those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The U.S. State Department and CDC issued travel warnings this week urging Americans to avoid visiting Japan amid a surge in serious COVID-19 cases. In response, Japan said the travel warnings won’t have an impact on Olympians.
Carnival said it also hopes to restart sailings in the United States in July on three ships from ports in Miami and Galveston, Texas.
The Houston/Harris County Emergency Rent Relief Program is putting $8 million toward a new Eviction Intervention Program.
Airlines are seeing a spike in bad behavior among people flying despite a zero-tolerance policy, the FAA said.
A woman gave birth in the middle of a flight bound for Hawaii earlier this week, according to a dramatic moment caught in a now-viral TikTok video.
Americans aren't required now to have Real IDs for domestic air travel until May 2023. Previously, the enforcement date was Oct. 1, 2021.