Travel Woes Continue Throughout North Texas With Slick Roads, Gas Stations Out Of FuelThe below-freezing temperatures have kept travel issues intact throughout North Texas. Many gas stations are also running out of fuel, but AAA Texas says drivers should not panic.
Bitter North Texas Cold Makes For Difficulty Keeping Ice Off Roads“We can do the treatment, the heavy salts, the sand, plow things out of the way but still at the end of the day, the surface is frozen," an NTTA spokesperson warned.
Travel Conditions To Be Aware Of In North Texas On MondayIf you have to get out on the roads Monday in Dallas, the Department of Public Works has 32 sanding truck that will be running nonstop operations through Monday night.
North Texas Residents Asked To Avoid Travel Due To Hazardous Conditions, Hundreds Of Flights CanceledPolice departments around North Texas are urging the same type of message: "If you don’t absolutely have to be out on the roads today, we strongly encourage you to stay off them."
American, Southwest Among Airlines Pushing White House To Reject Required COVID-19 Testing For US FlightsLeaders of several major U.S. airlines met online Friday with White House officials to press their case against requiring coronavirus tests for passengers on domestic flights.
Tips To Keeping Your Vehicle And Its Battery Maintained During Frigid WeatherFrigid temperatures have made their way to North Texas, and AAA has advice on how to keep your vehicle and its battery in working order as they can be heavily affected by cold weather.
American Airlines Warns Employees They Face Potential Furloughs AgainAs employees are returning to their jobs, many of them are again receiving notices from the airline that they could be among the 13,000 employees who could be furloughed after April 1.
American Airlines To Furlough About 13K Employees In Response To Pandemic's ImpactAmerican Airlines on Feb. 3, 2021 said it will send furlough notices to 13,000 U.S.-based employees as a second round of federal payroll aid is set to expire.
Texas Gas Prices Increase Slightly Even As Demand Remains LowFor the third straight week, gas prices in Texas have increased even as demand remains low when compared to last year, AAA reports.
Southwest Airlines Takes First Full-Year Loss Since 1972, Posts Loss Of $3.1 BillionIt's the biggest loss for Southwest Airlines in nearly 50 years. The Dallas-based airline said Thursday it lost $3.1 billion in 2020 and bookings for early this year have stalled.
American Among Major US Airlines Banning Guns In Luggage For Washington DC FlightsFort Worth-based American Airlines is among major U.S. airlines that are prohibiting passengers flying to the Washington D.C. area from putting guns in their bags as they aim to step up security ahead of the inauguration.
CDC Expands Negative COVID-19 Test Requirement To All Air Passengers Entering The USWith the country already in surge status, the testing requirement for air passengers will help slow the spread of the virus
North Texas Company Developing Air Taxi OperationA company that recently relocated from New Jersey to Dallas is developing an air taxi operation with plans to get off the ground in six years.
Workers Expected To Face Questions About Holiday Travel Plans From EmployersEmployees may face questions about their travel plans, and labor law experts say, for the most part, companies have a lot of leeway about what they can ask about and enforce
CDC Strongly Urges Americans To Stay Home For ThanksgivingThe CDC says the safest way to celebrate Thanksgiving this year is at home and with the people you live with.