Governments say getting vaccinated and having the proper documentation to prove it will smooth the way to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and such efforts have gotten a head start in Israel.
AAA says drivers will temporarily see higher gas prices as much of the country thaws out from last week’s brutal winter weather.
To travel or not to travel for spring break? That is the decision plenty of families across Minnesota are weighing amid the ongoing pandemic and historically low airfare.
With vaccinations ramping up and cases of COVID-19 trending down, new questions are front and center. From double masking to spring break travel, Dr. Jill Foster from the U of M Medical School joined the Buzz to answer your top COVID-19 related questions.
2 Carnival-owned cruise lines set to resume operations next month
The state is making sure Minnesotans are on track to meet the deadline for REAL ID.
Hawaii is the dream vacation offering lots of sun, beaches, and warm weather.
Some European countries and tech leaders are already working together to develop a “vaccine passport” which could be required for travel this summer.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Monday said there is an “active conversation with the CDC” going on regarding imposing requirement of a negative COVID-19 test for domestic airline flights, similar to what is now required for international flights.
Delta Air Lines says it will continue blocking out middle seats and limiting capacity on flights through April 30, 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We're all staying close to home this year. Travel blogger Lindsey Ranzau joined the Buzz with cozy trip ideas perfect to treat your Valentine.
Beginning Feb. 2, air travelers over the age of 2 without a mask may be denied entry through airport security checkpoints. The requirement remains effective through May 11.
A new CDC order goes into effect Monday that requires travelers on airplanes, trains, buses, subways, ships, ferries, taxis and ride-shares must wear a mask.
"I have people calling frantic saying, ‘I still want to travel but I don’t know how. How do I go about getting a COVID-19 test?’" said Amber Spencer, founder of the travel agency Wanderlust Vacation Vibes.
The Transportation Security Administration announced on Tuesday that the rate at which firearms were confiscated from passengers nearly doubled, despite less people traveling due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it has been in 19 years in 2020.
Beginning Jan. 26, proof of a negative COVID-19 test or proof of recovery is now required from all air travelers arriving to the U.S. — including U.S. citizens.
American Airlines is launching a new delivery service that will bring a variety of premium wine offerings straight to your door.
A California man who told police that the coronavirus pandemic left him afraid to fly has been arrested on charges that he hid in a secured area at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport for three months.
Hundreds of Minnesota high school music students will get full refunds for their European trip that was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, following a settlement with the Minnesota Attorney General's Office.
With another snowstorm moving through, we’re at that point of winter where a lot of us just want to run away -- or fly away.