Friday, Nov. 17, 2023, kicks off the busiest travel season of the year.
A lawsuit brought by American Airlines against the ticketing site Skiplagged.com is bringing renewed attention to a controversial travel hack that some people have tried in an effort to save money.
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Nat Read says he has ridden every mile on the Amtrak rail network, and he's never grown tired of looking at the country through a train window.
Delta Air Lines is reporting record profit and revenue in the second quarter, as summer travelers pack planes and head off on vacation. Delta said Thursday that it earned more than $1.8 billion.
Hotel workers in Los Angeles, Santa Monica and Orange County are striking for better wages and working conditions, affecting scores of hotels over the July 4th holiday.
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Delta Air Lines has reported a $363 million loss for the first quarter because of much higher spending on labor and fuel. That's overshadowing a sharp rise in revenue.
The ability of residents Hong Kong to cross into mainland is one of the most visible signs of China's easing of border restrictions, with travelers arriving no longer required to undergo quarantines.
After Southwest Airlines canceled thousands of flights over the week, travelers are scrambling to reunite with their luggage.
With increased crowds funneling through the travel hub this holiday season, airport officials are cracking down on human trafficking threats.
The TSA found 6,301 firearms in carry-on bags, most of which were loaded, in 2022.
The budget airline says customers will no longer be able to call a live agent by phone. Frontier is encouraging customers to instead reach out by text, social media and WhatsApp.
More than 100 U.S. flights were cancelled altogether, according to tracker, FlightAware.
Airlines and travel websites say that bookings for holiday travel are strong despite higher airfares, as pandemic-weary travelers seem willing to pay.