Federal safety officials are investigating people who took part in last week's riot at the U.S. Capitol to decide whether they belong on the federal no-fly list.
Airlines are tightening their safety policies after last week’s violent pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol, and ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden on Jan. 20.
Delta Air Lines has put 880 people on its no-fly list in the wake of lawmakers being harassed on flights over the U.S. election and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
FAA Administrator Steve Dickson signed an order Wednesday directing stricter legal enforcement of a policy against disruptive airline passengers amid an uptick in "violent behavior" on flights, according to the agency.
The CDC announced that all international travelers, including U.S. citizens traveling from abroad, must test negative for COVID-19 before boarding a flight heading to America.
The reminder comes after politicians were heckled at airports.
Alaska Airlines may soon be banning more than a dozen passengers whose behavior was deemed "unacceptable" on a recent flight from Washington, D.C., to Seattle.
The U.S. Department of Justice has charged Boeing with "conspiracy to defraud the United States" over the investigations into two deadly 737 MAX Jet crashes.
Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines is banning emotional-support animals on flights.
Your travel checklist may get longer post-pandemic as airlines and companies eye requiring “vaccine passports.”
United Airlines announced on Thursday that effective Dec. 28, the airline will require passengers originating from the UK who are traveling into Chicago O’Hare to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test.
A Colorado mother said she and her family were kicked off a United Airlines flight after her 2-year-old daughter refused to wear a mask.
The FAA has determined that pilots can receive the COVID-19 vaccine depending on the conditions of their certification.
Kia is recalling nearly 295,000 vehicles in the U.S. because the engines can stall or catch fire.
According to data from The COVID Tracking Project and Johns Hopkins University, the U.S. saw over 12,000 new deaths due to COVID-19 between Nov. 22 and Nov. 30 and more than 12,000 new hospitalizations.
While the overall number of travelers is still down, the TSA still reported a massive spike in the number of people passing through airports.
Despite his own warnings about traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock reportedly boarded a plane to Houston Wednesday, as the Colorado capital sees a record spike in coronavirus cases.
The CDC and local governments are begging people to stay home this Thanksgiving, and at O'Hare on Saturday, we found the baggage claim practically empty.
Carnival Cruise Line has officially suspended all US sailings through January 2021, while bumping its Carnival Legend departures from Tampa even further back to the end of March.
Cities expect for it to take years before tourism returns to pre-pandemic levels.