Frontier will now offer direct flights from DFW to: Buffalo; Durango, Colorado; Hartford, Connecticut; Phoenix; San Diego; San Francisco and Tampa.
A summer travel surge is prompting Fort Worth-based American Airlines to recall all flight attendants currently on extended voluntary leave.
Those that wish to cross the border will need to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within three days of crossing the border, as well as showing proof of a full series of vaccines at least two weeks prior to crossing the border.
The State Department says the wait for a passport is now between 12 weeks and 18 weeks, even if you pay for expedited processing.
Regent Seven Seas 2024 World Cruise sold out in less than three hours, setting a premium for post-pandemic travel.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada should be in a position to welcome fully vaccinated travelers from all countries by early September.
Drivers are facing pricier fill-ups as more people hit the road for work, travel and other activities that the virus pandemic halted. Higher demand for gasoline is running up against lagging supply as the energy industry slowly ramps up after more than a year of production and staff cuts.
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.
Americans enjoying newfound liberty are expected to travel and gather for cookouts, fireworks and family reunions over the Fourth of July weekend in numbers not seen since pre-pandemic days.
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.
Disney Cruise Line is postponing its first test cruise since the pandemic brought the cruise industry to a standstill after a handful of participants had inconsistent test results for COVID-19, the company said Monday.
Airports around the country will share $8 billion in federal grants to help them recover from the pandemic, which caused a steep drop in air travel and a loss of revenue that airports expect from airlines and passengers. Dallas Love Field is getting some $58 million from the FAA. DFW Airport will get $251 million.
Airlines aren't the only ones struggling through growing pains of increased demand with decreased labor. Hotels are going through similar issues. Some Dallas-are hotels offering sign-on bonuses and are pushing referrals just to keep up with the business summer is expected to bring.
Bad weather is only one reason why American Airlines canceled hundreds of flights over the holiday weekend. The Fort Worth-based airline also doesn't have enough staff to fill its schedule. The airline expects to issue more cancellations.
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.
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.
Southwest Airlines has resumed flights after computer problems grounded hundreds of planes two days in a row. But travelers at Love Field are still dealing with some frustrations.
North Texas drivers could soon be sharing the roads with autonomous big rigs. But many wonder if it’s safe.
For the second day in a row, Southwest Airlines is dealing with outages and delays because of computer problems.