Airlines Inch Back To Normal Flow After Atlanta Airport FireDelta Air Lines and other carriers that operate out of Atlanta's airport say they expect to be running normally by Tuesday after a fire and blackout there forced the cancellation of over 1,500 flights.
U.S. State Department Warned Spring Breakers About Mexico TravelThe U.S. State Department warned college students on spring break about potentially dangerous travel to Mexico.
American Unveils Prices, Routes For New Cheapest FareFort Worth-based American Airlines has begun selling cheaper "basic economy" fares as it battles discount airlines for the most budget-conscious travelers.
Apple, Google, Uber Join Fight Against Trump Travel BanDozens of tech companies, including behemoths like Apple, Google, and Facebook, are siding with Washington state and Minnesota as they fight President Donald Trump's ban on refugees and travelers from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
Airport Security Fix: Better Training For Humans And DogsThe TSA suffers from understaffing, low morale and high turnover. But the agency's current administrator wants to hire more enthusiastic agents, train them better, and better use bomb-sniffing dogs.
Advice To Love Field Airport Travelers: Pack Your PatienceOfficials at Love Field issued an alert and activated their “double the Love” system, to bring in extra staff, because today and tomorrow some 18,000 passengers are expected to pass through the airport over the next 48 hours.
U.S. Travelers Not Too Concerned After Belgium AttackExpect extra security if you’re flying out of North Texas this morning. The Transportation Security Administration is placing additional officers to airports in major U.S. cities; in the wake of the terror attacks in Belgium.
Proposed Orbitz, Expedia Merger Has Hotel Industry FumingThe hotel industry is objecting to the proposed merger between online travel booking sites Expedia and Orbitz.