You'll see testing in some airports these days — it's just like we're going back in time! And speaking of looking back, the things that protected fliers from COVID then are still a good idea.
More than 100 U.S. flights were cancelled altogether, according to tracker, FlightAware.
The bulk of TSA PreCheck passengers spent less than five minutes at security checkpoints.
The FAA says Verizon and AT&T can turn on more 5G cell phone towers as safety concerns over interference with planes eases. But some smaller regional jets still face restrictions.
A new study shows that North Carolina airports contribute $61 billion dollars annually to the state.
The airport opened in 1948 and is closing as Berlin's new international hub opens after a series of delays. Although COVID-19 has hampered travel, Germans are visiting Tegel to relive old memories.
In hopes of jumpstarting a business decimated by the pandemic, airlines and airports are offering preflight, on-the-spot testing for the coronavirus, with some test results back in 15 minutes.
Some passengers don a disposable suit over their clothes to help shield themselves from the coronavirus. Is that helpful? What about gloves, face shields and goggles? Also: A blanket idea!
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the state is deploying teams to check for proof that travelers getting off flights have completed forms before leaving airports across the state.
Many countries shut down international air travel when the pandemic began. Routes are reopening again, but you may need a COVID-19 test before you board.