Pandemic-related trends could include more private business class seating on narrowbody planes and adding touchless lavatory features
Talk about a light in the darkness.
Second time’s the charm, right?
Texas is one step closer to a high-speed rail line between the state's two largest metropolitan areas after the railroad planning on building the railway received two key approvals from federal officials, it was announced Monday.
Layoffs continue to loom for hotel workers.
Agency officials believe nearly 11,000 people may have been exposed to one of the 1,600 known cases of people flying while contagious with the virus — despite being unable to confirm a single case of viral transmission on a US plane.
Royal Caribbean Group and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. have submitted 70 recommendations to federal regulators.
Disney is preparing for the holiday season.
The airline and unions are also asking that the latest stimulus package include a clean six-month extension of funding for the Payroll Support Program, which requires airlines to keep their employees on the payroll through Oct. 1.
Booking Holdings CEO Glenn Fogel discusses the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the travel industry.
Anybody need a cruise ship?
Aruba, Jamaica, ooh I wanna take ya.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige said Wednesday that starting Oct. 15, travelers arriving from out of state may bypass a 14-day quarantine requirement if they test negative for COVID-19.
Delta's frequent flier program has more than 100 million members and generated $6.1 billion in cash in 2019 from sales of miles to its SkyMiles credit card partner American Express, SkyTeam airlines and other partners. The partners offer Delta miles to their customers as incentives for purchases and other transactions.
The company said it sold the ships as it moves to remove “less efficient ships from its fleet.”
SeaWorld Entertainment permanently laid off nearly 1,900 of its already furloughed employees this month at three of its Florida parks, part of the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
This will be one heck of a trip if it ultimately takes flight.
In its latest bid to weather the pandemic, the company hopes the cuts will help "re-balance its workforce to better align with the evolving needs of the business," the filing said.
Alaska Airlines has temporarily suspended all flights in and out of two airports in the Pacific Northwest due to wildfire smoke blanketing the region.
U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow on what the coronavirus-hit travel industry is doing to recover.