AAA Expects Number Of People Traveling For 4th Of July To Return To Pre-Pandemic LevelsAAA predicts 3.5 million people will fly during the holiday weekend. That's a 164% increase over last year.
Floridians Ready To Hit The Road For July 4A 36% increase in Independence Day travel is expected this year, with nearly 2.6 million Floridians planning to take trips for the holiday weekend, according to the AAA auto club.
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.
Miami International Airport Expecting Busiest Travel Period Since Pandemic BeganMiami International Airport expecting Memorial Day weekend to be busiest travel period since pandemic began.
More Americans Traveling As Vaccination Rates Increase, Pandemic Restrictions EaseTravel predictions are up significantly over last year for the upcoming Memorial Day weekend.
Travel Advisors Say Seniors Among Those Leading Bookings To Europe Ahead Of ReopeningThe European Union is preparing a plan to reopen to vaccinated Americans, and many seniors are ready to go. 
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.
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.