In the wake of a cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline that created a gas shortage in the southeastern U.S. last week, low supply and panic buying sent gas prices soaring.
Four out of five gas stations in the nation's capital were still without fuel Saturday, but the shortage is starting to ease as consumers tap the brakes on panic buying and Colonial Pipeline gets its network back online.
Travelers, even those who are fully vaccinated, are still required to wear masks, officials said Friday.
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.
Fuel shortages that have slammed the East Coast are starting to wind down as the Colonial Pipeline has restarted service following a cyberattack last week by Russian ransomware group DarkSide.
"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."
New York City got a glimpse of the new Tesla Cybertruck in action as it roamed the streets of Manhattan Friday night.
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.
With the New York City mayoral primary campaign in the home stretch, Andrew Yang, the Democratic front-runner in most polling, is taking to the airwaves with his first TV commercial.
Walt Disney World sees the light at the end of the pandemic's tunnel, announcing Wednesday that the theme park will start dropping temperature checks this weekend.
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.
Philadelphia police union president John McNesby argued on Monday that “people don’t want to be police officers today with the current climate” as departments in major cities have been understaffed amid a surge in crime.
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.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday threw cold water on New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plans to fully reopen the city as the two continue to disagree over pandemic policies.
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.
The NBA will participate in an international trade expo in South China this year as the league and Communist leaders look to rebuild ties following a pro-democracy tweet from a team executive that outraged Beijing, according to Chinese state media.
Flight bookings surged in March as an increasing number of consumers continue to get vaccinated and regain confidence in travel, according to new data.