COVID-19 may have many larger trips on hold, but there are still great options for families looking to hit the road. Travel blogger Lindsey Ranzau joined us with her top picks for Midwest summer road trips.
The Transportation Safety Administration is introducing new safety guidelines ahead of Memorial Day weekend.
Delta Air Lines is permanently retiring its Boeing 777 fleet by the end of the year, the company announced Thursday.
Controversy has followed the latest offering by discount airline Frontier: Passengers wishing to have some open space between themselves and another customer can now purchase an upgraded “more room” seat assignment guaranteeing an empty middle seat.
National airline expert Seth Kaplan says face masks on flights is just one of the many changes you’ll see in the air.
Delta will soon be requiring all travelers to wear a mask or face covering on their flights, according to a company update released Thursday.
If you have a summer vacation on the books it's getting harder by the day to keep your plans in tact. Thrifty Traveler's Kyle Potter joined the Morning Buzz with the latest on flight cancellations, passport offices shutting down, and what you need to know to protect any vacation investment.
Carnival Cruise Line said that all its cruises out of North America are canceled through June 26 as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
As the COVID-19 death toll continues to rise, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced an extension of a no-sail order originally issued March 14 for all cruise ships.
While most Carnival cruises are only canceled through May 11, particular sailings that dated further out are being canceled. For example, all San Francisco sailings are canceled through the rest of the year.
Amid the stressful times due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it may be tempting for Minnesotans to want to escape to the cabin. But at least one county up north is advising people to stay put.
As nations close their borders to try to stop the spread of the coronavirus, thousands of tourists are finding themselves stranded overseas.
Tourists who planned to take the scenic drive along Overseas Highway in the Florida Keys will have to postpone that trip.
The journey home from the Grand Princess cruise ship, which was once quarantined off the coast of San Francisco, isn't quite over for some Minnesotans who were aboard.
The cruise line said that due to the unpredictable circumstances evolving from the spread of COVID-19 and in an abundance of caution, the cruise line will voluntarily pause global operations of its 18 ships for 60 days.
A big construction project along Highway 5 will cause traffic delays around Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport from April to October.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport was named one of the best airports in North America for the fourth year in a row, according to the Airports Council International.
Changing your vacation plans may be easier than you think, as airlines and travel agencies work to respond to the coronavirus. Thrifty Traveler's Kyle Potter has the latest on what you need to know about cancellations, change fees, and travel insurance.
Frontier Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Air New Zealand, and Korean Air have been experimenting with adding an extra inch to widen the middle seat on planes.
The threat of the coronavirus is starting to hit the travel industry. Airlines are getting nervous because travelers are getting nervous and that has airlines, including Delta, trying to offer customers peace of mind.