The losses are building at U.S. airlines as the coronavirus pandemic cuts into air travel. Southwest lost $1.6 billion in the third quarter while American reported a $2.4 billion loss.
Jet service JSX will offer daily flights between Dallas Love Field and Houston for as low as $99 starting in November.
TSA said it screened 1,031,505 people at security checkpoints nationwide on Oct. 18, 2020. The agency hasn’t seen that volume since March 17.
Airbnb will prohibit one-night rentals over Halloween weekend as part of its ongoing effort to crack down on party houses.
Financial aid from the CARES Act for the airline industry runs out at midnight Wednesday, and furloughs could be on the way.
The Chicago Department of Public Health announced Tuesday that four more states have been added to the city's travel quarantine list.
Airlines are pushing out throwback promotions in an attempt to get more people on planes.
An airport satisfaction study by J.D. Power found that Dallas Love Field is North America’s best airport among those with 10 to 32.9 million passengers per year.
United plans to offer COVID-19 tests for passengers flying from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to Hawaii.
Travelers to Hawaii will have to take the COVID-19 test within 72 hours before their flight.
Southwest Airlines is grounding about a sixth of its fleet. The planes should be back in service fairly quickly, though.
Officials in southern Germany are considering imposing hefty fines against a 26-year-old American woman linked to a cluster of coronavirus cases in the Alpine resort town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, including at a hotel that caters to U.S. military personnel.
Starting Monday, the U.S. government will remove requirements directing all flights carrying airline passengers arriving from certain countries to land at one of 15 designated airports and will halt health screenings from passengers arriving from other countries.
American Airlines is preparing to furlough tens of thousands of workers if Congress does not approve another loan package.
While passenger volume at U.S. airports increased ahead of Labor Day weekend, the numbers remain well below levels reported prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Travelers will see fewer flight options next month as airlines cut flights and furlough workers due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hawaii officials announced the implementation of a mandatory health questionnaire that also requests travel information for all visitors to the island amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fort Worth-based American Airlines and Delta Airlines are following United's lead by eliminating most change fees.
Starting Sept. 1, Costa Rica said it will allow residents from six U.S. states to visit.
Southwest Airlines will cut roughly 40 percent of its flights from the October schedule.