The White House is expected to announce fully vaccinated international travelers who are foreign nationals will be allowed into the united states starting Nov. 8.
The airline released a statement on Oct. 12 telling travelers that operations would be “more normal” after more than 2,400 flights were canceled in the previous three days.
FRS Clipper is suspending its fast ferry service between Seattle and Victoria, B.C. until next year due to low ridership.
Travelers taking ferries on Friday should expect longer wait times as several Friday routes are either delayed or canceled.
Pernell Anthony Jones Jr. and Donmonick Martin are accused of booking flights under false identities and making false claims to commercial airlines for reimbursement for lost luggage.
The bill, proposed by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, would require all domestic airline passengers to be fully vaccinated, submit a negative test, or show proof of full recovery from a COVID-19 infection.
The three people who died when a train derailed in rural Montana over the weekend included a Georgia couple who were on a cross-country trip to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary and 29-year-old Illinois man who was traveling to Oregon with his wife.
Since January, the Federal Aviation Administration has logged more than 4,200 unruly passenger reports, leading to more than $1 million in fines issued.
Despite a zero-tolerance policy enacted in January, the FAA is seeing a rise in violent, unruly passengers on planes. The agency has asked airlines to do more to bring those numbers down.
Earlier this summer, the state removed all testing requirements for vaccinated people.
United Airlines on Friday reported a system outage that briefly impacted its website and mobile app, as well as operations at some airports.
According to the study, the risk of infection after all passengers tested negative 72 hours in advance of the flight was less than 0.1 percent.
Ask anyone old enough to remember travel before Sept. 11, 2001, and you're likely to get a gauzy recollection of what flying was like.
Commercial airline passengers who wish to travel abroad during the coronavirus pandemic need to double-check their chosen face mask fits current policies.
Design plans have been finalized to add crew quarters to a state ferry that hasn’t been in service since it was built because intended routes would go beyond limits for employee working hours.
After a 17-month long suspension, the FRS Clipper will begin ferry services between Seattle and Victoria BC on Sept. 17, 2021 — bookings will open up on Sept. 6.
Airlines have reported about 3,900 incidents of unruly passengers this year, and three-fourths involve refusal to wear a mask, according to the FAA.
American Airlines will not sell alcohol in its main cabin until 2022.
In the face of the delta variant, advisories are warning against travel.
Canada is welcoming fully-vaccinated Americans to travel into the country for non-essential trips beginning August 9, but there are several travel requirements before and after arrival.