U.S. cities and companies poised to welcome international travelers are focusing on domestic ones.
The transatlantic market is profitable for airlines, and it's a boon to other travel-related businesses.
Businesses are struggling with hiring, access to capital and family separation.
These new rules will go into effect on Oct. 18.
Groups in and around the St. Cloud area are teaching locals about some of their newer neighbors.
With the number of refugees allowed to enter the country in flux, those who help them are feeling financial pressures and anxiety.
Emirates, the biggest airline in the Middle East, is cutting back on flights to the United States in five of its 12 destinations. The air carrier said demand has dropped steeply since President Trump’s restrictions on entry from Muslim-majority countries. And the ban of any electronic device bigger than a cell phone from certain Middle East […]
Foreign applications drop amid fear and uncertainty over Trump policies.
Smartphones will be the only devices allowed on the plane on certain flights.