WASHINGTON (TVR) — A record 151 million people will fly for Spring Break travel this year, new projections show, prompting airlines to race to add more than a hundred-thousand extra seats per day to their routes.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – The National Cherry Blossom Festival begins this weekend, drawing huge crowds to the nation’s capital for the iconic buds, whose bloom will be significantly delayed this year, forecasters predict.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – Beaches and warm, tropical destinations “dominate” the list of top destinations for 2018 Spring Break travel, according to a new analysis.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – Bon Appetit! Flyers are getting healthier cuisine onboard some U.S. flights — even dining on expanded free options in the economy cabin — while other airlines are being shamed for their rotten offerings, according to annual airline food rankings.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – Travelers, it’s time to spring forward. Sunday ushers in 2018 Daylight Saving Time, the annual almost-Spring ritual, where most Americans set their clocks forward one hour (spring forward).
WASHINGTON (TVR) – The U.S. government has banned all travel by its employees to the popular Mexican resort town of Playa del Carmen amid threats of violence and the recent discovery of bombs on ferries, a stark warning to American tourists on the cusp of Spring Break vacations.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – A midweek Nor’easter is disrupting flights and travel plans in the most heavily-traveled corridor in the United States, the second time in the young month of March a major storm has walloped the East Coast.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – The U.S. State Department has issued a security alert for American citizens after authorities found bombs onboard a Mexican tourist ferry on the popular route between Cozumel and Playa del Carmen.
WASHINGTON (TVR) – The month of March is roaring in like a lion, bringing with it “bombogenesis” conditions that walloped travel Friday in the eastern United States, and forced the cancellation of more than three thousand flights.