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Drivers Bemoan High Gasoline Prices with No Relief in Sight

Drivers Bemoan High Gasoline Prices with No Relief in Sight

TRAVEL | By Cathy Bussewitz, Julie Walker, and Joshua Boak | May 11, 2022

Just as Americans gear up for summer road trips, the price of oil remains stubbornly high, pushing prices at the gas pump to painful heights.

TSA is Expanding Use of Screeners to Help at Busy Airports

TSA is Expanding Use of Screeners to Help at Busy Airports

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | May 11, 2022

The chief of the Transportation Security Administration said Tuesday that his agency has quadrupled the number of employees who could bolster screening operations at airports.

Millennial Money: Save on Family Travel without Stressing

Millennial Money: Save on Family Travel without Stressing

TRAVEL | By Kelsey Sheehy, NerdWallet | May 10, 2022

Planning and packing for travel with kids requires accounting for naps, snacks, tantrums, and blowouts.

Tourism and Economic Agencies Join Forces to Market Orlando

Tourism and Economic Agencies Join Forces to Market Orlando

TRAVEL | By Mike Schneider | May 9, 2022

The idea: Take the tens of millions of tourists who are thinking about visiting central Florida's theme parks each year and sell them on the virtues of moving their companies or businesses to the region.

FAA Offers Fix for Snarled Florida Air Travel This Summer

FAA Offers Fix for Snarled Florida Air Travel This Summer

TRAVEL | May 5, 2022

Federal officials are promising to add air traffic controllers and take other steps to improve the flow of planes in Florida, which airlines say has become a weak link in the national airspace.

Spirit Still Prefers Bid from Frontier Airlines over JetBlue

Spirit Still Prefers Bid from Frontier Airlines over JetBlue

TRAVEL | By David Koenig and Michelle Chapman | May 3, 2022

Spirit Airlines said Monday that it still supports Frontier Airlines' $2.9 billion takeover bid for the airline, saying it was more likely to win regulatory approval than JetBlue's competing $3.6 billion offer.

Tourists, Rejoice! Italy, Greece Relax COVID-19 Restrictions

Tourists, Rejoice! Italy, Greece Relax COVID-19 Restrictions

TRAVEL | By Nicole Winfield | May 2, 2022

Italy and Greece relaxed some COVID-19 restrictions on Sunday before Europe's peak summer tourist season, in a sign that life was increasingly returning to normal.

New Zealand Welcomes Back Tourists as Pandemic Rules Eased

New Zealand Welcomes Back Tourists as Pandemic Rules Eased

TRAVEL | By Nick Perry | May 2, 2022

New Zealand welcomed tourists from the U.S., Canada, Britain, and more than 50 other countries for the first time in more than two years after dropping most of its remaining pandemic border restrictions.

Bucket List Reimagined: Mindful Return to the Greek Islands

Bucket List Reimagined: Mindful Return to the Greek Islands

TRAVEL | By Giovanna Dell'Orto | May 1, 2022

Two archipelagos in the southern Aegean Sea, the Cyclades and the Dodecanese, alone have dozens of islands, each offering a unique experience.

For Summer Travel Deals, Stay Off the Beaten Path

For Summer Travel Deals, Stay Off the Beaten Path

TRAVEL | By Sam Kemmis, NerdWallet | Apr 30, 2022

The rise of inflation has reminded consumers of a simple economic truth: When everybody wants something and there isn't enough of it, prices go up. This is true for real estate, microchips and airfare.

Finding the Right Place to Stay for a Palm Springs Summer Getaway

Finding the Right Place to Stay for a Palm Springs Summer Getaway

SPONSORED CONTENT | Apr 28, 2022

For those who like it hot and dry, Palm Springs makes for a fabulous summer destination. And here are some suggestions as to where to stay.

For Bois, Butches and Women of Color, Provincetown Is Calling

For Bois, Butches and Women of Color, Provincetown Is Calling

SPONSORED CONTENT | Apr 28, 2022

One of the biggest, boldest annual events arrives over Memorial Day weekend, happening this year May 26-30, after a two-year, pandemic-related hiatus. It is one of the favorite holiday weekend destinations for queer women.

Plenty of Reasons to Enjoy Springtime in Orlando

Plenty of Reasons to Enjoy Springtime in Orlando

SPONSORED CONTENT | Apr 28, 2022

There's never any shortage of fantastic reasons to visit Orlando — and as its top spot on ParkSleepFly.com's 2021 US LGBTQ+ Travel Index attests, Florida's global theme park capital is also a tolerant and accepting city with a large LGBTQ+ population.

Looking for Things Queer Near You? Try 'Everywhere Is Queer'

Looking for Things Queer Near You? Try 'Everywhere Is Queer'

TRAVEL | Apr 28, 2022

When Charlie Sprinkman traveled 42 of the 50 states for his job as a representative of an organic beverage company in 2019, he often Googled "queer hangouts here" and came up empty. So he decided to create his own.

JetBlue Sees Return to Profitability Delayed by Flight Woes

JetBlue Sees Return to Profitability Delayed by Flight Woes

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Apr 27, 2022

Widespread flight cancellations in April plus the need to hire and train more pilots will delay the company's return to profitability.

Delta to Begin Paying Flight Attendants During Boarding

Delta to Begin Paying Flight Attendants During Boarding

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Apr 27, 2022

Delta Air Lines, which is facing another attempt to unionize its flight attendants, will begin paying cabin crews during boarding, a first for a major U.S. airline.

Afraid to Fly with Unmasked Passengers? Call Your Airline

Afraid to Fly with Unmasked Passengers? Call Your Airline

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Apr 26, 2022

Airlines say they are offering options — including refunds in some cases — for people worried about flying now that other passengers aren't required to wear face masks.

Alaska's Cruise Season Starts as Industry Hopes for Revival

Alaska's Cruise Season Starts as Industry Hopes for Revival

TRAVEL | By Becky Bohrer | Apr 26, 2022

The first large cruise ship of the season has arrived in Alaska, marking the start of what industry and tourism officials expect will be a more robust travel year after two pandemic-stunted seasons.

Rio's Flamboyant Carnival Parade is Back after the Pandemic

Rio's Flamboyant Carnival Parade is Back after the Pandemic

TRAVEL | By David Biller and Mauricio Savarese | Apr 23, 2022

Colorful floats and flamboyant dancers are delighting tens of thousands jammed into Rio de Janeiro's iconic Sambadrome, putting on a delayed Carnival celebration after the pandemic halted the dazzling displays.

U.S. Airlines Say They've Reached a Turning Point in Recovery

U.S. Airlines Say They've Reached a Turning Point in Recovery

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Apr 22, 2022

U.S. airlines say they have hit a turning point: After a lousy first quarter, they expect to be profitable as Americans return to travel in the biggest numbers since the start of the pandemic.

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