The CDC says to avoid travel during the holidays due to COVID-19, but despite the warning, many are headed to airports.
TPA estimates that they will see roughly 100,000 passengers come and go the weekend after Thanksgiving.
Starting Thursday, Tampa International Airport will welcome back non-stop international flights for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in March.
After months of uncertainty surrounding air travel during the COVID-19 pandemic, more suitcases are rolling their way through Tampa International Airport this fall.
Two TPA officials who attended events this week where the media, airport personnel and the public were present have tested positive for COVID-19.
Tampa International Airport launched a new COVID-19 testing pilot program Thursday that is said to be the first, comprehensive program of its kind in the nation.
Airline passengers can now get their COVID-19 test results when flying at Tampa International Airport.
It is common to see things flying through the air at Tampa International Airport, but an exotic bird might not be what first comes to mind.
Air Force 2 pilots made an emergency landing after hitting a bird during takeoff Tuesday. Tampa experts say incidents like this happen more often than you would think.
JetBlue Airways announced Thursday two new routes from Tampa International Airport, which includes a daily nonstop to Richmond, VA and a daily nonstop to Cancun.
The Transportation Security Administration says thousands of firearms are discovered at airport checkpoints every year but despite fewer people taking flights, TSA officers are flagging more firearms at airport checkpoints.
Concerns over COVID-19 have led to canceled trips, fewer flights, and now, airline workers' jobs are on the line. United Airlines announced that 36,000 of its employees could be laid off in the fall, nearly half of its U.S. staff.
The Fourth of July holiday weekend is typically one of the busiest in the year at Tampa International Airport, but as more people decide to stay home this year over safety concerns, you can expect travel numbers to be down significantly.
With air travel down more than 90%, TPA will delay or cancel $906 million worth of construction projects, including the Airside D project which would add 16 gates to the airport.
The best airport in North America is searching for some local artists who are experts in chalk art.Tampa International Airport is looking for the best, most creative sidewalk art in the community, saying it wants to put it on display for travelers and employees to enjoy.
Officials announced the TPA Ready initiative Wednesday to protect travelers from COVID-19. Employees at the airport are being required to wear face masks. Passengers are being strongly urged to wear them.
The coronavirus pandemic will continue to alter how passengers travel. Airlines and airports are announcing changes to make sure employees and customers are safe as Florida and many other states begin to reopen.
Reviving the airline industry in Florida could take years to get back to January levels, requiring confidence from passengers that their flights and their destinations are safe from the coronavirus.
Tampa International Airport is set to receive just over $80 million from the federal government.
Employees at Tampa International Airport received a memo Wednesday, letting them know three of their coworkers tested positive for COVID-19.