The Future of Travel
The carrier could add the new electric-powered seagliders to its interisland fleet as early as 2028.
Can you really take a long-distance road trip in an electric vehicle? As it turns out, yes—and it can be even better if you follow some simple rules.
Short flights on select routes where the equivalent train ride is 2.5 hours or less are banned effective April 2022 (unless they connect to an international flight).
Fliers will be able to use the Apple Wallet ID on their iPhone to get through TSA security at “many airports this year,” Apple revealed.
Travelers flying from Nassau, Bahamas, can now use their TSA PreCheck privileges to get through airport security faster when flying back to the U.S.
With many glaciers rapidly melting because of climate change, countries around the world are facing trouble from the disappearance of the ice sheets.
Don’t have $250,000? You still have a chance to go to space with Sir Richard Branson’s space tourism company.
With her virtual travel platform, founder Brittany Palmer has discovered vivid ways to engage people who can’t travel easily.
Being vaccinated will not be a precondition to travel—and Americans still aren’t on the welcome list.
Researchers say carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, the leading cause of global warming, had the biggest yearly decline ever due to coronavirus-induced travel restrictions.
Major airlines around the world are discussing the possibility of a “vaccination passport” for international passengers once a coronavirus vaccine becomes widely available.
At approved properties, guests will be able to move around in their “resort bubble” during their mandatory quarantine.