Gov. Ron DeSantis Backs Lifting England, Brazil Travel RulesGov. Ron DeSantis supports lifting federal COVID-19 restrictions on travelers from the United Kingdom and Brazil to help Florida’s struggling tourism industry.
United Becomes First US Airline To Roll Out COVID Testing Program For PassengersUnited is the first U.S. airline to roll out a COVID testing program for passengers.
South Florida Airports To Benefit From $1.2 Billion In Grants To Improve Safety, InfrastructureFederal officials announced Tuesday that they will be awarding more than $1.2 billion in grants to improve airport safety and infrastructure to 405 airports nationally, including Miami Executive Airport, Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport, North Perry Airport and Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International.
Leisure Travel Makes Slow Comeback At Miami International AirportMore and more airlines have started increasing flights to leisure destinations across the US and that is the case at Miami International Airport.
‘Person Was Almost On Top Of Me’: Traveler Shares Warning After Flight Was Too Close For ComfortBefore you book a plane ticket, some recent travelers say they want to share a warning after their flights were too close for comfort.
Airlines Doing Deep Cleans As Travel Makes Comeback Amid Surging COVID-19 NumbersAir travel is making a bit of a comeback, with more passengers boarding planes amid surging COVID-19 numbers.
Travelers Refusing To Wear Face Coverings On Aircraft Could Be Blacklisted From FlyingTravelers refusing to wear face coverings on flights may get blacklisted from flying. It’s a new policy announced Monday that’ll go into effect soon.
TSA Prepares For Summer Travelers With Updated Security ProceduresThe Transportation Security Administration announced Thursday the implementation of changes to the security screening process at checkpoints in an effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Airlines Trying To Lure Future Travelers With Cheap Flights, No Change FeeAirlines have been hammered by they coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Impact: Masks Slowly Becoming Mandatory For Air TravelersIt’s something we haven’t seen in a while – a line at the airport as passengers waited to be screened. Of note, nearly everyone is wearing a mask.
Coronavirus Impact: New Normal For Air Travel Still Up In The AirThe coronavirus may have changed the way we think about air travel. The new normal for flying is still up in the air, but it will involve social distancing and wearing face coverings.
Coronavirus Impact: Global Airline Business Has Never Had It So BadWith travel coming to a standstill, airlines could lose a quarter trillion dollars in revenue in 2020.
CDC: Avoid Non-Essential Trips To China, South Korea, Iran & ItalyThe CDC is recommending Americans avoid non-essential trips to China, South Korea, Iran and Italy in response to the coronavirus.
Petition Calling On Airlines To Allow Parents To Be Seated With Their Kids For No Extra ChargeAccording to Consumer Reports, many airlines require travelers pay extra to be guaranteed a seat next to children under 13.
American Airlines Cancels Flights Past Labor Day Because Of Boeing Grounding Of 737 Max JetsAmerican Airlines is canceling one hundred and fifteen flights a day through the end of summer because of the Boeing grounding.