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COVID-19 "vaccine passports" worry public health experts
In theory, they make travel safer for all. In practice, they may deepen inequities around who gets to be vaccinated and mobile.
Hotels, among the first businesses hit by COVID-19, are still less than half full
In the peak summer season, hotels are usually at least 80% full.
Competition propels global airlines into smaller cities
Seeking less competition, global airlines are opening stops in smaller cities. But can the new routes survive?
Long distance buses are making a comeback
When it comes to traveling between major cities, trains, planes and automobiles are the usual go-tos, but buses are beginning to make a comeback. Amid rising gas prices and increasing airfares, companies offering bus services for trips of 200 to 400 miles have sprung up. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Rising gas prices could drive some to change travel plans
Gas prices are on the rise just in time for summer travel. But will that give drivers second thoughts about hitting the road during the summer vacation season? Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Gas prices head north before holiday
We’re only a few days away from Memorial Day weekend, one of the busiest travel days of the year. More than 41 million Americans are expected to hit the road. You know where you’re going? Are you going to drive there? Well, you might be paying more for that gasoline than you have in a […]
Planning ahead might be key to avoid getting sick on your next trip
We get a few tips on how to avoid getting sick when you have to travel during this flu season.
Not so fast: Climate change will slow air travel
Extreme weather means more challenges for airlines getting planes in the air. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Capitalizing on consoles: the Arcade Hotel in Amsterdam
Travel to the Netherlands ... and back in time.
How to make airports cool -- and profitable
Airports used to be dull, grey boxes we had to pass through to get from one place to another.