Travel

Galveston Prepping For Spring Breakers As COVID-19 Restrictions RelaxOfficials in Galveston are getting ready for an influx in visits this month while travelers are deciding how they want to approach guidelines against COVID-19.
South Florida Leaders, CDC Concerned About Spring Break Surge Of CoronavirusAs throngs of college students descend on Florida beaches for Spring Break, the Centers for Disease Control is seriously concerned about COVID-19 and that the annual gatherings could cause another surge around the U.S.
Southwest Airlines Warns Of Possible Furloughs For Nearly 7,000 EmployeesSouthwest is operating far fewer flights, and it asked unions in October for help with “overstaffing costs” that it estimates will amount to more than $1 billion in 2021.
Southwest Airlines Says Air Travel Recovery Could Be Fading As Coronavirus Cases RiseSouthwest Airlines cautioned Thursday that the tenuous recovery in air travel could be fading as coronavirus cases spike across the United States.
DFW Airport Traveler Says Tram Was Too Crowded For Pandemic: 'That Was Very Disconcerting'"People were just pouring onto the tram with no social distancing," said frequent traveler Andy Schwabe about his recent experience on DFW Airport's Skylink.
2 Biggest Universities In Oklahoma Delay Start Of Spring Classes & Cancel Spring Break Due To COVID-19The two largest universities in the state of Oklahoma have announced that they are delaying the start of the spring semester and canceling spring break because of the COVID-19 pandemic.