Major cruise lines are trying their best to stay afloat as they face major financial struggles. The industry has been put on pause since mid-March which experts estimate has resulted in a $23-billion loss to Florida's economy.
Guests will be required to wear face coverings within indoor public areas of Hyatt hotels, including bars, restaurants, fitness centers and event spaces.
The Transportation Security Administration said in a press release that the agency saw an alarmingly high number of firearms seized at security checkpoints in July 2020 compared to July 2019, despite there being 75% fewer travelers at airports.
The airline said it will be prioritizing high-touch areas like tray tables and lavatories.
Alaska Airlines has intensified its mask mandate as the coronavirus pandemic continues, requiring all passengers over the age of 2 to wear a facial covering — with no exceptions.
For those passing through Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport, there's a new safety option after the facility installed three temperature scanners.
Following a record-breaking year in 2019 for Hillsborough County’s tourism industry, 2020 was set to shatter last year’s numbers until the pandemic, according to Visit Tampa Bay.
The flight was departing from Detroit to Atlanta.
The Chicago-based carrier may need to furlough roughly 3,900 pilots due to a worsening outlook for the airline industry, according to an internal memo.
JetBlue is the first airline in the country to use ultraviolet light technology to combat the novel coronavirus on its aircraft.
Princess Cruises is extending the suspension of several of its cruises in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, officials announced Wednesday.
The CEOs of United, American Airlines, IAG and Lufthansa Group are calling for a joint COVID-19 testing program from the U.S. and the European Union.
The Bahamas is closing its borders to travelers from the United States, beginning this Wednesday.
United Airlines announced on Monday that it will maximize the air flow volume of its aircraft particulate filtration systems during the boarding and deplaning processes in an attempt to minimize the spread of COVID-19 aboard its flights.
Delta Air Lines' new "Clearance-to-Fly" screening process for travelers who have medical conditions that prevent them from wearing masks kicks in on Monday.
Leading up to the Fourth of July weekend, there was plenty of concern about the potential for travel and large gatherings to cause COVID-19 to spread. A group of data scientists has been studying people's movement since the pandemic began to see how it relates to the spread of the virus.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is now warning out-of-state travelers they could face up to $2,000 in fines if they leave its airports without handing over their contact information upon arrival.
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.
Italy’s customs agency denied five rich Americans entry to the country after they landed on a private jet for a vacation on the island of Sardinia, according to reports.
AAA Tampa said road trips are on the rise due to record low gas prices, but vacation destinations are changing this summer due to COVID-19.