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Passengers flying to the US will be tested for COVID-19 before boarding a flight into the country, and they would need to undergo quarantine upon arrival
Delta Air puts Donald Trump supporters who heckled Mitt Romney and Lindsey Graham on no-fly list
US travel agencies' December 2020 air ticket sales were down 83% compared to December 2019, when sales totaled $6.1 billion
With a risk-based, layered approach to health and safety throughout every aspect of travel, it’s possible to both protect public health and allow travel to safely resume
Air India’s longest direct flight from San Francisco to Bengaluru with an all-woman cockpit crew successfully landed in the southern city on 11 January
Boeing has agreed to pay USD 2.5 billion to settle criminal charges in the US centred on the troubled 737 Max
FAA-NASA collaborate to advance US commercial space sector, aid science and technology, and help coordinate US national space policies
International Nightlife Association says Illegal gatherings only punish the industry and delay its reopening
CEO Ed Bastian shows the airline expects a rocky road ahead.
Amazon has announced that it bought 11 jets from Delta and WestJet airlines to boost its growing delivery network and get orders to shoppers faster
Carnival Cruise Line notifies guests of cruise cancellations, offers future cruise credit or full refund
Holland America Line announced the extension its pause of cruise operations for Alaska, Mexican Riviera, Pacific Coast, Caribbean, Mediterranean and Canada/New England departures through…
Today the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a final rule to facilitate the safe development of civil supersonic aircraft. The rule…
A group representing major US airlines back the proposal to implement a global testing program requiring negative tests for all passengers return to the United States.
Officials in New York have introduced quarantine rules for international travellers following the emergence of new Covid-19 variants
the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) is calling on governors and state public health agencies to include hotel employees for inclusion in phase “1b” of the vaccination rollout.
As Washington, DC re-opens cautiously, the phase two of the re-opening allows visitors to explore a bouquet of experiences outdoors