Hotels across the country are unable to find enough workers to appropriately staff their properties. Some have had to turn business away.
It may have been a turbulent past year for the travel industry, but those who took flight seem to be satisfied with their service, new data suggests.
"We said that we would keep the middle seat open until customers are comfortable sitting there and the experts tell us it’s the right time to sell," Bastian explained to TODAY on Wednesday. "We were sold out on our planes right through April. There were no seats available, the demand was strong to be on Delta."
The Federal Aviation Administration is working with the North American Aerospace Defense Command to track any impact the Chinese rocket hurtling uncontrolled toward Earth might have on commercial air travel, the agency told FOX Business.
U.S. rental car company Avis Budget Group Inc (CAR.O) topped Wall Street estimates for first-quarter revenue on Monday, as more people started traveling again after getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
Boeing and GDC Technics are locked in a legal battle over the termination of a contract related to the Air Force One production.
Royal Caribbean's Celebrity Cruises is amping up its fleet with its largest ship to date
Cruise lines could resume US operations by mid-July, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday, sending the industry’s stocks up on investor hope that a more than year-long suspension could be nearing its end.
The aerospace giant is contracted to deliver two converted 747-8 jumbo jets by the end of 2024, but has been forced to switch suppliers for some of the interior work on the planes.
Flight bookings surged in March as an increasing number of consumers continue to get vaccinated and regain confidence in travel, according to new data.
The state of Florida filed a request in federal court Thursday for an immediate halt to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s sailing restrictions in its latest effort to restart the cruise line industry.
American Airlines announced Tuesday that it's recalling all of its pilots back to work and will resume hiring pilots this fall as demand for the once-lucrative industry continues to pick up.
The comments come just two months after United removed all 52 Boeing 777-200 plans powered by Pratt & Whitney 4000 series engines from its flight schedule due to a catastrophic engine failure in one of its planes.
Royal Caribbean Group CEO Richard Fain expressed optimism Monday that cruise lines will be able to resume operations this summer, more than one year after the industry effectively shut down in the coronavirus pandemic.
As more people get vaccinated against COVID-19, many are starting to feel safe enough to start traveling again. The Las Vegas Strip is already seeing that demand and hotels are needing to hire more staff, and fast.
Southwest's decision to devalue airline rewards points overnight isn’t flying with travelers.
American Airlines announced Wednesday that it expects to fly at more than 90% of pre-pandemic seat capacity on domestic flights this summer, but travel analyst and Boyd Group International President Mike Boyd is skeptical that the industry will ever fully rebound.
United will reinstate its group boarding system
Republican Sens. Rick Scott and Marco Rubio of Florida, as well as Dan Sullivan of Alaska, on Tuesday introduced legislation to jumpstart cruise operations.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez stressed on Tuesday that the continued shutdown of the cruise industry has affected tourism in Miami and, in turn, the local economy.