The U.S. will keep existing COVID-19 travel restrictions on international travel in place for now due to surging COVID-19 cases.
United Airlines on Monday introduced the newest member of its fleet at O'Hare International Airport.
As of Monday, riders can share Lyft by booking the option that allows multiple passengers in Chicago, Philadelphia and Denver.
The shortage in rental cars is causing prices to surge not only in Chicago, but across the country as well.
Regent Seven Seas 2024 World Cruise sold out in less than three hours, setting a premium for post-pandemic travel.
Deep Dive Dubai opened a 196 feet deep diving pool including an abandoned city, chess, foosball and cars. The pool opens to the public this July.
Airlines may be required to refund fees on checked baggage if the bags are delayed. The proposal could take effect by next summer if approved.
The Transportation Security Administration said it screened more than 2.1 million flight passengers this weekend, the most since the beginning of the pandemic.
United Airlines placed one of the largest orders ever for commercial planes so it can replace aging ones and prepare for growth as the pandemic subsides.
A heavy increase in traffic is expected across the state for Fourth of July weekend.
With more people now looking to get away, experts say the sooner you can decide where you want to go, the better.
The veteran served four years in the Marine Corps – completing over 130 combat missions in Iraq. As a result, Ryan Foster says he now suffers from PTSD and takes his 80-pound service dog "Beauty" everywhere he travels.
Illinois Interstate Highway Systems rank among the worst levels of bridge and road pavement deterioration, according to a report released Tuesday.
The U.S. extended restrictions with Canada and Mexico land borders on non-essential travel through July 21 amid the ongoing effort to limit COVID-19.
Google trends expert Molly Vandenberg talks to us about popular search trends now that the United States has embraced reopening from the pandemic.
A computer outage on Tuesday caused long lines at Southwest ticket counters across the country.
Travelers headed to Chicago are no longer required to have a negative COVID-19 test – or to quarantine – before or after arrival.
For the second day in a row, Southwest Airlines is dealing with outages and delays because of computer problems.
Attorney Karen Conti goes over a few legal issues that will arise as travel season gets into full swing.
A worrying report could spell trouble at airports across the country.