Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines is cutting about 100 daily departures over the summer. Those flights are mostly in the U.S. and Latin America.
The Points Guy founder and CEO Brian Kelly said "When they (airlines) don't have enough pilots, there's less flights, and less flights means more expensive flights."
Both drivers were transported to the hospital with life-threatening and serious injuries, according to officials.
Southwest is making a huge financial investment in upgrades to make flights more comfortable for travelers. Faster internet service will be installed on 350 planes by the end of October.
Vacationers who have recently been in the area of the Sandals Bahamas resort where three Americans were found dead say they have complained about the "strong odor" of insecticide there, according to a report Tuesday.
Airbnb is reinstating its anti-party measures for the July 4th weekend and will be expanding them to include Memorial Day weekend for the first time.
Delta Air Lines, which has narrowly fought off several attempts to unionize its flight attendants, will begin paying cabin crews during boarding starting June 2 on all flights. Currently, pay for flight attendants starts when all the passengers are seated and the plane’s doors close.
Now that most airlines have made masks optional in the U.S., here's where the four largest stand on bringing back passengers who refused to wear them when they were required.
The major airlines and busiest airports rushed to drop their requirements, but many sided with the CDC in recommending that people be voluntarily masked.
Uber, which had mandated masks since May of 2020, said Tuesday that both riders and drivers will no longer be required to wear them.
The CDC extended the order, which was to expire on April 18, by two weeks to monitor an uptick in COVID-19 cases.
The FAA said it proposed a civil penalty of $81,950 against a passenger who struck a flight attendant on the head, and a $77,272 fine against a woman who tried to open a cabin door during a flight.
U.S. lawmakers are proposing a new bill that could potentially ban a convicted violent passenger from flying for life.
Plane ticket prices are going up.
Passengers responded to the changes on social media.
The CDC changes the restrictions for cruise ship traveling, dropping the mask mandate.
The I-94 Belleville rest stop will be closed for three weeks in April as the exterior is made compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The CEOs of Delta, American and United Airlines, and others are urging the White House to end a federal mask mandate on airplanes, along with international pre-departure testing requirements.
Airbnb has suspended all operations in Russia and Belarus. The company is also offering free, temporary housing for up to 100,000 refugees fleeing Ukraine.
The employees got into a physical dispute before the stabbing, police said