Leisure travelers may be quick to forgive and forget. Business travelers, not so much.
Capacity is down. The weather's not great, either.
When visiting family over the holidays, the mix of business, leisure and family time can be tricky.
Sixty U.S. airports have lost more than half of their flights since 2019, and 14 no longer have any commercial service.
Flight attendants have become frontline workers themselves, facing many obstacles at the nexus of the pandemic and travel.
President Biden has released 50 million barrels of oil from strategic reserves, but oil production hasn't caught up to pre-pandemic levels.
What will the infrastructure bill do for 60-year-old Putty Hill Avenue Bridge — which supports 17,000 vehicles daily — and similar sites?
'Tis the season of high gas prices, long lines at rental car counters, and cancelled flights.
United cites a jump in holiday searches as a reason for optimism. But consumers have been booking flights closer to travel time during the pandemic.