It's a sign that United believes travel is back and is betting on growth again.
Even as domestic travel picks up, consumers say they are wary of getting on international flights.
The airlines may be able to offer the fares travelers are looking for, as some who are vaccinated start to plan domestic trips.
A travel analytics firm is helping the Raleigh-Durham International Airport forecast using data officials haven't tapped before.
AAA estimates that the number of travelers will be down by about 30 percent for Christmas and New Years.
Scott Kirby talks about taking the helm at a major airline during the height of the pandemic.
Most major airlines have dropped most ticket change fees, but lodging refund policies are more of a patchwork.
The holidays, usually a busy time for the hotel industry, won't help this year as many families stay at home.
Could private buses disappear? For one Nashville company, the answer may be yes without congressional aid.