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.
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.
Boeing’s newest version of the 737 Max jetliner has taken flight. A Boeing 737 Max 10 completed a test flight of about 2 1/2 hours on Friday over Washington state. The Max 10 can hold up to 230 passengers.
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.
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.
Two people on a fully vaccinated Celebrity Millennium cruise are isolating aboard the ship after testing positive for COVID-19.
This new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control means a return to international flights.
Crew members aboard Delta flight 386 out of Los Angeles on Friday are credited for saving the aircraft from a man who allegedly tried to breach the cockpit and the FBI is now investigating.
Hawaii's governor says the state will drop its quarantine and COVID-19 testing requirements for travelers once 70% of the state’s population has been vaccinated against the disease.
More than 1.8 million people went through U.S. airports Thursday. The daily number could top 2 million at least once over the weekend, which would be the highest mark since early March 2020.
Memorial Day weekend gas prices are expected to be the highest since 2014, according to AAA.
Airports across the country saw a surge in passengers this past weekend. And upcoming Memorial Day weekend travel may even surpass pre-pandemic levels.
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.
The TSA said this past Sunday was its busiest day in the past year, and Memorial Day weekend will likely be even busier.
Pilot error led to a deadly crash that killed 10 people in Addison.
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 TSA announced on Friday it will be extending mask requirements for all travelers through Sept. 13, 2021.
The runway on Love Field Airport's southwest side near Denton Drive will be closed until February.