A cruise ship that was supposed to dock in Miami sailed to the Bahamas instead after a U.S. judge granted an order to seize the vessel as part of a lawsuit over unpaid fuel.
Major international airlines canceled flights to the U.S. in relation to a dispute over 5G wireless service impacting aircraft operations.
AT&T and Verizon are delaying the launch of new 5G wireless service near some airports after airline leaders raise concerns.
The TSA coronavirus mask mandate is in place until at least March 18, 2022.
Delta said nearly 11% of its workers have contracted COVID-19 over the past four weeks. It expects to suffer one more quarterly loss before travel picks up in spring and summer.
Princess Cruises sent an email stating that they randomly tested 25% of the roughly 700 passengers and board and found that 12 were positive with coronavirus, and all had no or mild symptoms. The ship was filled to about one third of capacity.
Another wave of flight cancellations hit the Southland Monday due to COVID-19 and weather issues.
The new year is bringing more of the same old misery that air travelers in the United States have been enduring for more than a week.
JetBlue is proactively cutting about 1,280 flights beginning Thursday through mid-January 2022 in anticipation of more COVID-19 cases among its crew.
As of Monday, 73 cruise ships were sailing at yellow or orange status, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Ships with orange or yellow status are currently being monitored or investigated due to suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 on board.
Flight cancellations continued to plague Los Angeles International Airport and airports and around the world, driven largely by staffing issues as coronavirus cases soar.
U.S. and international flights were canceled Monday amid citing staffing problems tied to COVID-19 and the spread of the omicron variant.
Starting Dec. 27, the price to get a passport book will climb $20. The State Department says the price hike is necessary “ to ensure we continue to produce one of the most secure travel and identity documents in the world.”
Police said an unruly passenger injured several people on Thursday during a "disturbance" on a Delta Air Lines flight from Tampa to Atlanta.
The second COVID-19 Christmas is marked by surging infections in many countries, overwhelmed hospitals, canceled flights and curbed religious observances.
As of Friday morning, at least 50 flights out were canceled out of Los Angeles International Airport, including at least 22 United flights and 18 Delta flights. LAX was also reporting 65 flight delays on Friday.
Delta, United and Lufthansa have reported canceling dozens of flights over Christmas amid staff shortages tied to omicron.
United Airlines has been forced to cancel 121 flights on Christmas Eve, in part, due to the coronavirus omicron variant.
The Transportation Security Administration hopes to start accepting digital driver’s licenses as a valid form of identification as soon as early 2022, according to an agency spokesperson.
People traveling during the holiday season can get free COVID-19 vaccinations and booster shots at LAX on two consecutive Wednesdays -- Wednesday, Dec. 22 and Dec. 29.