DFW Airport Tests Free 'Fast Pass' Program Allowing Travelers To Skip To Front Of TSA CheckpointThe airport is offering a $5 food or retail incentive as well right now for those who use the program.
American Plans To Invest In A Budget Airline Based In ChileAmerican Airlines is planning to invest in a small South American budget airline as part of a deal that will include selling seats on each other's flights.
US Places Non-Essential Travel Limits On Mexican Borders Through August 21The Department of Homeland Security announced that non-essential travel restrictions for US land borders with Mexico and Canada will remain closed at least through this time next month.
American Airlines Recalling Flight Attendants As Travel Crowds ContinueFort Worth-based American Airlines is canceling extended leaves and recalling some 3,300 flight attendants for the holiday season.
Southwest, American Delays Hint At Hard Summer For TravelersPeople have been posting photos of long airport lines and describing painful flights as the summer shapes up to be a tough one for air travelers.
Upcoming July 4th Travel To Surpass Pre-Pandemic Levels, Setting New Texas RecordThe forecast from AAA has the greatest number of Texans on record, approximately 3.7 million, expected to travel during the Independence Day holiday weekend.
CDC Lowers Warning For Vaccinated Travelers On Cruise ShipsThe travel alert level was lowered just over a week before the first cruise in more than 15 months is scheduled to set sail from a U.S. port.
American Airlines To Drop Its In-Flight MagazineAfter more than half a century in airplane seatback pockets, the American Airlines in-flight magazine American Way is going away.
Southwest, American Airlines Keep Alcohol Sales Suspended After Flight Attendant AssaultAmerican Airlines has joined Southwest Airlines in suspending alcohol services on flights. The decision follows a recent assault of a Southwest flight attendant that resulted in a serious injury.
Rental Cars Now Harder To Find And More Expensive"What we’re seeing right now is unprecedented," said Jonathan Weinberg, founder and CEO of Autoslash.com.
Dallas Love Field Expects Summer Travel To Come Close To Pre-Pandemic LevelsAs we get closer to the summer, travel is starting to really pick up. By June and July, Dallas Love Field expects passenger levels to be close to where they were pre-pandemic.
Secrets For Travelers During Surge In 'Revenge Travel'There are rules and regulations surrounding what documents you need to safely travel and what tests you need to take to get there and back home.
India's Double Mutant Variant Of COVID-19 Means No Travel From US Starting TuesdayBeginning Tuesday, May 4, travel to India from the United State will be banned, as new COVID-19 infections pummel the country.
Carnival Cruise Ships Return To Texas Port For First Time In Over A YearAfter over a year away, the return of the ships offers a glimmer of hope for the travel industry, which has taken a huge hit during the pandemic.
Airline Bailout, Increase In Leisure Travel Helps Southwest Airlines Post $116 Million ProfitDallas-based Southwest Airlines is the first major U.S. airline to report a profit since the pandemic started.