Texas Luggage Store Owner Says Sales Fell 90% In AprilBusinesses specializing in luggage have seen a steep decline in sales as travel came to a halt during the pandemic. One local business owner in Texas saw this firsthand.
Customers Fight For Refunds From Travel Business That Shuttered Due To COVID-19Customers are encountering trouble recovering refunds from a travel company that went out of business during the pandemic.
Claims From Customers Who Bought Travel Insurance Due To COVID-19 Are Being DeniedCustomers purchased a travel insurance policy they believed would shield them against COVID-19 cancellations. But the company ended up denying their claims.
American Airlines Posts $2.2 Billion Loss As Coronavirus Pandemic Causes Decline In Air TravelAmerican Airlines reported a staggering loss of $2.24 billion for the first quarter, when the coronavirus pandemic triggered a sharp drop in air travel.
After 1st Quarter Loss, Southwest Airlines Expects Revenue To Fall As Much As 95% In MayFor the first time in nine years, Dallas-based Southwest Airlines posted a quarterly loss and said Tuesday that the downturn in air travel that began in late February shows no signs of letting up.
American Airlines Customer Sues Airline in Class Action Lawsuit Demanding Refunds for Flights Cancelled Due to COVID-19An American Airlines customer who was left without a return flight from Lima, Peru, sued the airline in a class-action lawsuit seeking ticket refunds for flights cancelled due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
Texas Woman Sues Princess Cruise Lines For Negligence In Husband’s Coronavirus DeathA Texas woman is suing Princess Cruise lines after, according to her attorney, it knowingly exposed her and her husband to the coronavirus.
North Texas-Based American, Southwest Among Major Airlines Splitting $25 Billion In Payroll AidNorth Texas-based American and Southwest are among the major airlines that have tentatively agreed to $25 billion in government aid to pay workers and avoid massive layoffs.
AAA Texas: Gasoline Demand Is At Lowest Level In 52 Years Due To Coronavirus PandemicAAA Texas reports the national demand for gasoline has hit its lowest point since 1968 and that it is expected to continue decreasing as stay-at-home orders remain in place.
I-Team: Customers Fighting To Get Money Back After Canceled Trips, EventsIf COVID-19 canceled your big trip or plans to an event, most airlines and businesses are giving your money back. But the I-Team has learned, you can’t count on it with every company.
As Airlines Accept Federal Aid The Treasury Department Is Asking How They Expect To Pay It BackThe economic-relief bill passed last week gives the Treasury Secretary the power to take an equity stake in airlines that get taxpayer help.
New Southwest Airlines Schedule Temporarily Reduces Flights By More Than 40%Southwest Airlines will reduce flights by more than 40%, to 2,000 flights a day from May 3–June 5.
Gov. Abbott: Quarantine Mandated For Travelers Coming To Texas From New York AreaA new executive order from Governor Greg Abbott may serve as a further deterrence for anyone considering making the trip from New York to Texas.
Travelers Will See New Inflight Social Distancing & Pet Rules On American Airlines PlanesAmerican Airlines had already taken some steps to encourage social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the Fort Worth-based company has made more policy changes.
Southwest Airlines Suspends Int'l Flights, While American Airlines Extends Change Fee WaiversAs Dallas-based Southwest Airlines suspends all international flights, Fort Worth-based American Airlines is extending wavier dates for change fees.