Royal Caribbean International is postponing for nearly a month one of the highly anticipated first sailings from the U.S. since the pandemic began because eight crew members tested positive for COVID-19.
Royal Caribbean is postponing the inaugural sailings of its new cruise ship, “Odyssey of the Seas,” after eight crew members tested positive for COVID-19.
Summer seems to be shaping up as the season of vacci-cations. More people are booking trips than ever before and that's led to the rise of another post pandemic problem: travel anxiety. Dr. Christopher Taylor with Taylor Counseling Group explains what this is and how to overcome it.
For the second day in a row, Southwest Airlines is dealing with outages and delays because of computer problems.
Air travel continued its path towards pre-pandemic norms Friday when the TSA scanned 2 million passengers for the first time since March 2020.
The CDC updated its travel guidance this week to say vaccinated Americans can now travel with a lower COVID-19 risk to dozens of more countries.
Ruben Dominguez heads down to the Galveston Island cruise terminal to share details about test cruises happening this summer.
The government's highway safety agency says U.S. traffic deaths rose 7% last year.
Disney Cruise Line confirmed to FOX 35 on Tuesday that they will do a test cruise from Port Canaveral on June 29th.
Carnival will first set sail from Texas' Port of Galveston, Florida's Port Miami and Port Canaveral.
Southwest and American Airlines announced a temporary halt in alcohol service amid a rise in passenger violence.
On Friday, the TSA screened the most passengers since the beginning of the pandemic - a whopping 1.9 million.
As Memorial Day weekend is upon us, you may be thinking about your summer travel plans. Here’s what you need to know if you’ll need to get a rental car.
According to AAA, an estimated 37 million people will travel at least 50 miles for the holiday. In addition, roughly 2.5 million people are expected to travel by air.
Memorial Day weekend gasoline prices are at their highest levels in seven years. The national average for a gallon of regular gasoline was $3.03 this week.
While most people already have travel plans set, Consumer Reporter Heather Sullivan is here with some quick, smart tips that could save you money not just this weekend, but all summer long on your travel.
The CDC has given Royal Caribbean approval to conduct a test sail next month, a sign that the cruise industry is poised to bounce back this year after suffering major losses from the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020.
AAA predicts more than 37 million people will hit the roads and take to the skies this holiday weekend as travel experts caution drivers about to worst times to travel.
The State Department is relaxing its rule and will allow Americans to reenter the U.S. with an expired passport through the end of 2021.
For the past year, airlines and hotels have mostly waived fees and surcharges. But as summer travel picks up, so have the prices. PJ Sands, travel advisor with LUXE Worldwide Travel shares some tips.