We’ve never craved outdoor vacations more, but with coronavirus cases still surging, even a road trip to a national park can unnerve seasoned travelers. Here, a cautious visitor explores Arches and Mesa Verde.
With coronavirus drastically reducing travel, Dallas-Fort Worth International finds itself suddenly as No. 1—by default.
A Q&A for anyone confused about traveling right now. The latest news on travel restrictions at home and abroad, how to stay healthy and what you need to know about booking vacation rentals
Scott Kirby took over the airline six weeks ago with coronavirus halting most travel. What he does next will help shape what fliers experience for years to come.
Even if you still can’t wander hither and yon, these travel podcasts press on, piping in sounds and stories everywhere from America’s national parks to Indian tea plantations.
Perks that travelers love don’t do much good when few are traveling. It’s worth analyzing whether the added bonuses temporarily on offer are worth the annual fees.
There’s already competition to reserve major international trips in 2021 as people who canceled because of coronavirus look to roll over the money they already spent.
With little direction from the feds and pressure to fill seats as safely as possible as coronavirus continues, U.S. carriers offer significantly different policies.
Air travel is full of opportunities for coronavirus transmission. Touchless check-in, plexiglass shields, temperature checks, back-to-front boarding and planes with empty middle seats are all now part of the flying experience, and the future may bring even more changes. Illustration: Alex Kuzoian
As soon as his stay-at-home order lifted, a restless New Orleanian sets out to drive across the Southwest. He hits a few roadblocks but mostly “glorious” emptiness.
Frozen in place for months, most of us have never needed a holiday more. But with travel restrictions still all over the map, planning a getaway can boggle the mind. Here, a few strategic suggestions for a safe, scenic escape.
International summer travel is slowly coming back but expect headwinds.
Hotels serving as temporary dormitories for first responders are getting a jump on post-pandemic plans, such as meeting sanitization and social-distancing guidelines.
As coronavirus shuts down travel, flights carrying a handful of passengers might seem absurd, but airlines are often left with no other options.
Jennifer Catron boarded Carnival’s Costa Luminosa on March 5 for a transatlantic cruise. Her video diaries provide a window into life on board the ship as the coronavirus scare became a full-blown pandemic.
Some carriers are doing right by their passengers forced to cancel trips, but these companies are making it harder.
These 13 stats show how much coronavirus has changed airlines, hotels and others in a matter of weeks.
Some airlines, cruise ships and other travel companies have been slow delivering money back for trips canceled by the coronavirus pandemic.
Unfazed by the coronavirus crisis and tempted by plummeting airfares and hotel rates, some travelers are hunting for half-price holidays for summer and fall
Travelers are finding roadblocks to getting their money back from trips canceled by the coronavirus pandemic—even when the law requires it.