The department said the update to these advisories takes into account logistical factors, such as in-country testing availability and current travel restrictions for U.S. citizens.
Metro is reminding Green and Yellow line customers to plan ahead for scheduled track work taking place May 1-9 that will require free shuttle buses to replace trains at four stations over one weekend and the weeklong closure of West Hyattsville.
Leaving middle seats open and vacant on airplanes may significantly reduce a passenger’s risk of exposure to the coronavirus, a new study published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests.
Airlines pulled dozens of Boeing Max 737s out of service for inspections after the aircraft maker told them about a possible electrical problem, the latest setback for plane.
Yosemite National Park will require advanced reservations for day visitors during the peak summer season to limit the number of visitors and allow social distancing amid the pandemic.
At least half of the applicants accepted to United's new flight school will be women or people of color, and no prior flight experience is needed.
Norwegian Cruise Line is asking the CDC for permission to resume trips from U.S. ports on July 4th, requiring passengers and crew members to be vaccinated against COVID-19 at least two weeks before the trip.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued the next phase of its conditional sail order for cruise ship operators Friday.
The new guidelines say vaccinated travelers are less likely to get and spread the virus, but the CDC still recommends safety measures like wearing a mask, social distancing and hand washing.
The FAA has slapped hefty fines on two separate passengers in recent weeks, and announced it will be extending its zero-tolerance policy for unruly passengers for as long as the CDC and TSA’s mask mandate is in effect.
The Transportation Security Administration wants to add another layer of protection for passengers against COVID-19.
Some destination hot spots are already seeing waves of travelers as COVID-19 vaccinations ramp up, but medical experts warn the pandemic is not over yet.
For many who may be planning a future trip after being vaccinated against COVID-19, AAA says it will likely be a different experience for many who haven’t traveled over the past year.
The University of California, Davis is offering students $75 to be used for “staycations” to encourage them to avoid nonessential travel during spring break.
Leading airline and business groups are asking the Biden administration to develop temporary credentials that would let travelers show they have been tested and vaccinated for COVID-19, a step that the airline industry believes will help revive travel.
At this time last year, airlines were canceling flights. Now, they’re adding them back because people's interest in flying is on the rise with COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations decreasing and vaccinations increasing.
A Delta passenger is facing a $27,5000 fine for allegedly assaulting a flight attendant amid a dispute over the flight attendant’s instructions and the airline’s mask policy, the FAA said.
AAA says drivers will temporarily see higher gas prices as much of the country thaws out from last week’s brutal winter weather.
An American Airlines jet encountered an apparent UFO over northeastern New Mexico Sunday afternoon.
Reagan National and Dulles International airports will soon offer on-site COVID-19 testing.