A man from Rhode Island was arrested after claiming his girlfriend had a bomb while on a flight out of Orlando, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced Thursday.
In a rare punitive move against Israel, the State Department says it will impose travel bans on extremist Jewish settlers implicated in a rash of attacks on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
A grand jury indicted an off-duty pilot on dozens of counts on Tuesday after he allegedly tried turning off the engines midair on a Horizon Air flight from Everett, Wash. to San Francisco in October.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) has been awarded the prestigious 2023 Business Traveler Award for "North America's Best Airport" for the second consecutive year.
The National Park Service is giving you an early holiday gift: Six days of free national park visits. The service announced the 2024 free entrance days.
Starting in 2024, travelers will have five new Mexican destinations they can get to daily from the Atlanta airport thanks to a new partnership between Delta and Aeromexico.
Alaska Air Group said Sunday it agreed to buy Hawaiian Airlines in a $1.9 billion deal including debt.
This year’s "Fantasy Flight" is an annual special holiday trip that United Airlines and Children’s Hospice International organized for kids being treated in the Washington D.C. area.
Venice, a UNESCO World Heritage site, narrowly escaped being placed on a danger list because of the threat of overtourism on its delicate ecosystem.
The first commercial airliner to cross the Atlantic on a purely high-fat, low-emissions fuel flew Tuesday from London to New York in a step toward achieving what supporters called “jet zero."
Airport workers tackled a man who authorities say popped open an emergency escape hatch on a Southwest Airlines flight Sunday.
Korean Air flight crew were able to restrain the woman on the flight from New York to South Korea.
Life at Sea promised visits to 375 ports across 135 countries for $30,000 a year.
Booking now for 2024 trips is a 'really good way to go,' says one expert.
Thankfully, much of the rest of the nation is getting a travel pass this Wednesday, but more ornery weather returns in the latter half of the holiday break for some heading home.
Authorities say there is no indication of a terrorist attack in the vehicle crash and explosion that left two people dead at a checkpoint on the American side of a U.S.-Canada bridge.
AAA predicts about 55.4 million people will be traveling during the Thanksgiving holiday which is AAA’s third-highest forecast ever.
Flights can be significantly impacted this holiday season by delays, a shortage of pilots and airline staff and a powerful cross-country storm.
The holiday travel season is in full flight. Tuesday and Thursday are expected to be two of the busiest days to fly over the Thanksgiving weekend.
In a video that can only be described as crazy, one woman was seen being unruly on a passenger flight from Houston to Denver.