A tourist allegedly became confused by his navigation system, which led him to drive down Rome’s historic Spanish Steps.
The Points Guy founder and CEO Brian Kelly said "When they (airlines) don't have enough pilots, there's less flights, and less flights means more expensive flights."
With home prices skyrocketing and cruising increasing in popularity, more people are looking to live out their golden years out on the open seas.
The company will also let people book split stays between homes and it promised new protections for renters when listings fall short of advertised promises.
TSA Administrator David Pekoske said nearly 1,000 employees have volunteered to be sent to other airports if needed.
The incident happened at Ben Gurion Airport outside of Tel Aviv.
Guests will also be treated to a three-course traditional French meal, seats to Moulin Rouge’s acclaimed show “Féerie,” and have backstage access.
Clear Sky Resort, based in Tempe, Arizona, will launch its second season on May 26, which provides a unique vacation experience by bringing the outdoors inside.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention asks Justice Dept. to appeal ruling that voided federal travel mask mandate.
When the Sanctuary Treehouse Resort is completed, it will feature 130 treehouses spread out across 40 acres. And yes, there will be slides, ladders, and drawbridges.
The BEA said Wednesday that it has opened a safety investigation and that the so-called “black box” flight data and cockpit voice recorders are being analyzed.
The Sonoma Hills Farms will offer guests a first-hand look at cannabis farming.
FlightAware, a website that tracks flights, noted major disruptions at several Florida airports, including Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando.
Airbus plans to have all aircraft in its fleet running on Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) by the end of the decade.
"Moira’s Party Boat: Ew, Cruising!" is set to sail from Miami on March 30, stopping in Key West, Florida, and then on to Nassau, Bahamas. The cruise will return to Miami on April 3.
“The removal of the mandatory requirement reflects society’s move towards learning to live with COVID longer term,” airport officials said in a statement.
Could the pain at the pump bring pain to the airline ticket counters? An expert with AAA weighs in.
Two men were killed and a third was injured Saturday night after members of suspected rival drug cartels opened fire at a popular Mexican beach resort, officials say.
Administrator David Pekoske said Wednesday he expects agency staffing to be sufficient for what's traditionally TSA's busiest travel period.
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.