WASHINGTON (TVR) – More Americans are expected to travel for this Thanksgiving holiday than in a dozen years, with nearly 51 million people driving, flying, taking the train, and cruising more than 50 miles away from home, according to AAA.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – Travel to Las Vegas has “collapsed” after the mass shooting at an outdoor country music concert last month, with both domestic and international flight bookings decreasing sharply, according to a new analysis.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – Just before the crucial and hectic Thanksgiving holiday travel period, a government watchdog has found the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) missed roughly three out of every four knives, guns, weapons, and mock explosives screened through its airport checkpoints.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – The United States National Park Service is waiving fees at all National Parks this weekend, part of a series of 10 days this year when America’s preserved lands will be free to all.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – The Trump administration announced its rollback of an Obama-era thaw in relations with Cuba would take effect Thursday, when it publishes the new rules in the Federal Register, re-imposing restrictions on business relationships, military cooperation, and individual travel, which will curtail some of the trips Americans take to the island nation.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – Traveling through an airport for Thanksgiving? You’re going to have lots of holiday company. A record 28.5 million passengers are expected to fly during the upcoming 12-day Thanksgiving air travel period, up 3% from last year, according to a new prediction from Airlines for America.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – The Queen of the Skies is giving up her throne. United Airlines, one of only two U.S. carriers still flying the iconic 747 aircraft, is retiring the double-decker plane on Tuesday.
Travelers—and nearly everyone else in America—are about to get an extra hour to get to their destination. Sunday marks the end to Daylight Saving Time.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – Cruisers say the destination on the itinerary is more important than the price of the cruise itself, a new survey concludes.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – The Transportation Security Administration is testing stricter screening procedures at 10 U.S. airports, requesting that passengers remove not just laptops from their carry-on bags, but also a wide array of other items, including electronics and food.