CBS4's Rylee Carlson has the latest from London.
Passengers At European Airports Rushing To Re-Book After Trump's 30-Day BanCBS4's Rylee Carlson has the latest from London.
Airplane Passenger Who Flew From New York To West Palm Beach Tests Positive For CoronavirusThe flight was coming from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York and had over 100 passengers on board.
6 Cruise Ships Set To Sail From Port Miami Despite U.S. State Department Warning People Not ToCBS4's Carey Codd reports the Caribbean Princess will not be one of those six after receiving a “no sail order” from the CDC.
JetBlue Suspends Change & Cancellation Fees Over Coronavirus FearsJetBlue is the first U.S. carrier to make the move.
Petition Seeks For Major Airlines To Let Parents Sit Next To Their Kids For No Extra ChargeCBS4's Michael George has the details.
Study: Airport Kiosks Carry Most GermsAccording to a study from InsuranceQuotes.com, those touch screens on the self-check-in kiosks have the highest concentration of germs, about 12 times as many as your kitchen sink.
Super Bowl 54 Sure To Make Airport Ride Sharing No Easy RideCBS4's Ted Scouten reports 30,000 more passengers are expected to fly into Miami this weekend alone.
Airlines Working To Make Seats More ComfortableCBS4's Kris Van Cleave reports.
Should Exotic Emotional Support Animals Be Allowed On Planes?Emotional support animals can ease the stress of air travel. But with more exotic animals now on board, some industry experts are calling for change.
Millions Of Americans Spending Christmas Eve Still trying To Get To Their Holiday DestinationsCBS4's Johny Fernandez has more from Penn Station in New York.
Broward Flooding Caused Hundreds Of Flight Delays At Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International AirportCBS4's Ty Russell reports things are getting back to normal.
Holiday Travel Rush Underway Across The CountryAAA reports more than 115 million Americans will travel from now through New Year's Day.
Thanksgiving Travel Rush Under Control At South Florida AirportsCBS4's Frances Wang reports on the smooth experience travelers are being met with at local airports.
Miami Int'l Airport Expecting 1.5 Million To Pass Through For ThanksgivingCBS4's Frances Wang spoke to several travelers at MIA.
Furious Cruiseship Passengers Describe ExperienceCruiseship passengers describe experience as a nightmare.
New U.S. Restrictions Placed On Travel To CubaThe US announced major new travel restrictions Tuesday on US citizens planning to visit the island of Cuba.
CEO Of Boeing Apologizes To The World After Deadly CrashesThe man in charge of Boeing told the world he was sorry, discussing in an interview the two deadly crashes that led to a worldwide grounding of the company’s 737 Max jets.
WEB EXTRA: Memorial Day Travel OutlookAre you planning to go on vacation this Memorial Day? AAA expects there will be a record number of people driving to their destinations. Here’s a look at the holiday weekend travel outlook.
WEB EXTRA: Sweet SuitesAround the world, some very sweet suites have just opened. Hotels are unveiling more and more lavish and unique rooms as they try to attract wealthy guests and more importantly, attention on social media. Take a look at a few.
WEB EXTRA: Airbnb Louvre ExperienceIf you’ve ever wanted to spend a “Night at the Museum” here is your chance. Airbnb is partnering with the Louvre to let one lucky person and a guest spend the night at the museum. The contest is to celebrate 30 years of the pyramid at the Louvre. You can enter at airbnb.com/louvre, here's what you need to know.
WEB EXTRA: AAA Summer Road Trip PredictionsSUMMER DREAMING: According to AAA, many Americans are already planning to hit the road this summer - especially if gas prices stay low
If You Can Find Them, There Are Plenty Of Cheap, Affordable Flights Out ThereFlying across the globe can be easy and affordable, as long as you know how to look.
New Study By AAA Shows Commute Times Growing In South FloridaIf you feel like your commute is taking longer, you are right.
Air Travel Could Become Easier With New Facial Recognition SoftwareA new facial recognition boarding process could make air travel much easier without sacrificing safety.