Travel

‘It’s A Mistake To Skip The Test Cruises’: Maritime Lawyer Says Industry Has Logistical Scramble To Make Any July Sail DateCruise ships just might be sailing by July. At least that’s the hope after the CDC backed off portions of their no sail order after heavy political pressure, including a lawsuit filed against the CDC by the state of Florida.
Cruise Industry May Be Able To Resume Passenger Voyages By Mid-JulyThe cruise industry might be able to resume voyages in U.S. waters this July.
Alaska Joins Florida's Legal Fight To Get CDC's No Sail Order For Cruise Ships LiftedAlaska has joined forces with Florida in a legal battle over the Centers for Disease Control's no sail order for the cruise industry.
Survey: Post-COVID Vacations May Be On Horizon With Vaccines AcceleratingA vacation was just a dream for many people last year because of the pandemic. But with vaccinations accelerating, Americans are making up for the lost time.
CDC Study Finds Leaving Middle Seat Open On Airplanes Could Reduce COVID Exposure For PassengersEven though the CDC says people should not travel unless it's essential, airports are starting to get more crowded.
Cruise Ship Companies Operating Out Of American Ports Frustrated With Glacial Reopening Of IndustryCruise lines that operate out of American ports, such as PortMiami, where ships been shut down the by Centers for Disease Control mandates for over a year, could set sail to conduct business elsewhere.
South Florida Airports Seeing Surge In Air TravelThe Biden administration's vaccine crusade is paying off for the airline industry.
Norwegian Cruises Wants To Resume Sailing From US Ports In JulyMiami-based Norwegian Cruise Line wants to resume sailing from U.S. ports in July and asked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for permission to return to U.S. waters for the first time in more than a year.