AAA Expects 2.4 Million Floridians Will Hit Road For July 4th Holiday WeekendWhether you’re driving Florida highways or flying off for some fun, you’re going to have plenty of company this Fourth of July weekend.
American Airlines Struggles To Keep Up With Demand, Forced To Cancel Hundreds Of FlightsAs the country returns to normal, millions of Americans are making summer travel plans and some major airlines are struggling to keep up with the demand.
Royal Caribbean's 'Freedom Of The Seas' Completes Simulated Cruise, Returns To PortMiamiRoyal Caribbean's 'Freedom of the Seas' completed a simulated cruise, which tested COVID-19 safety protocols, and returned to PortMiami Tuesday morning.
Sailings On Royal Caribbean's 'Odyssey Of The Seas' Postponed After Crew Members Test Positive For COVIDRoyal Caribbean has postponed the first four trips of its new cruise ship after eight crew members tested positive for COVID-19.
Judge's Decision In Florida's Cruise Ship Lawsuit Against CDC Coming 'Soon'The state of Florida is still waiting for a federal judge’s decision on whether he will allow cruise ships to set sail again without approval from the CDC.
Norwegian Plans Florida Sailings, Stands By Vaccinated Passengers RuleNorwegian Cruise Line Holdings is ready to set sail from two Florida ports with fully vaccinated passengers despite a new state law that prohibits businesses from asking for proof.
Miami-Based Celebrity Millennium Becomes First Cruise To Set Sail With Paying Passengers Since Pandemic ShutdownMiami-based Royal Caribbean Group sailed its first cruise ship on Saturday with paying passengers in North America since the pandemic caused an industry wide shutdown.
Florida Judge To Hear Arguments In Cruise Ship FightA federal judge will hear arguments Thursday in Florida’s bid to block federal restrictions on cruise ships during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Miami-Based Carnival’s Largest Cruise Ship, Mardi Gras, Arrives At Port CanaveralThe largest ship ever built for Miami-based Carnival Cruise Line pulled into its home part of Port Canaveral on Friday morning.
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.
'We Are A Very Safe Destination': Vacationers Flocking To U.S. Virgin IslandsYou still can’t take a luxury cruise line to the U.S. Virgin Islands but you can fly and tourism is turning around, even with the cruise ship business dead in the water for now.
Travel Tuesday: Despite Level 4 Travel Warning, Americans Still Flying To MexicoThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is encouraging Americans to avoid all travel to more than 160 destinations because of very high COVID-19 risk. While that Level 4 warning includes Mexico, Americans are still flying there for getaways.
Orlando Launches First Tourism Ad Campaign Since PandemicOrlando tourism officials just launched a $2.2 million marketing campaign to try and attract visitors back to Central Florida.
AAA: 60% Of Floridians Are Uncomfortable Traveling During PandemicA new AAA travel survey, conducted in January, reveals that 60 percent of Floridians are uncomfortable traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic.