The department said the update to these advisories takes into account logistical factors, such as in-country testing availability and current travel restrictions for U.S. citizens.
At least half of the applicants accepted to United's new flight school will be women or people of color, and no prior flight experience is needed.
For those with tentative plans to fly this year, change fees on some fares that were waived by airlines during the pandemic have been reinstated or will be soon.
Delta is the last U.S. airline to end the policy of blocking middle seats, which it first began in April 2020.
The CDC said Wednesday its no-sail order will remain in place until Nov. 1 for cruise ships, despite a request from the Cruise Lines International Association to lift the order several months early.
Royal Caribbean announced a summer lineup of cruises available to fully vaccinated adults and children under 18 with negative test results.
With case rates going down, vaccine rates going up and restrictions across the country relaxing, it's a recipe for a busy spring break travel season.
The European Union’s executive body has presented a proposal that would allow EU residents to travel freely across the 27-nation bloc by the summer as long as they have been vaccinated, tested negative for COVID-19 or recovered from the disease. SAMUEL PETREQUIN Associated Press
The FAA has slapped hefty fines on two separate passengers in recent weeks, and announced it will be extending its zero-tolerance policy for unruly passengers for as long as the CDC and TSA’s mask mandate is in effect.
For many who may be planning a future trip after being vaccinated against COVID-19, AAA says it will likely be a different experience for many who haven’t traveled over the past year.
Two years ago today, 157 people were killed aboard Flight 302 heading from Ethiopia to Kenya when a Boeing 737 MAX jet crashed six minutes after takeoff, creating a fallout of events for the aerospace giant.
The University of California, Davis is offering students $75 to be used for “staycations” to encourage them to avoid nonessential travel during spring break.
With many preparing to travel for spring break in March, officials at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport are preparing for what is expected to be their busiest month since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
The striking ice caves on Lake Superior will not open this season.
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.
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.
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.
TSA officials said there will be additional law enforcement at Washington, D.C.-area airports following the deadly siege of the U.S. Capitol by a pro-Trump mob and ahead of Biden's inauguration.