In a morning of chaos on Wednesday, the Federal Aviation Administration lifted a ground stop order for all flights just before 9 a.m. ET, after fixing a system failure caused by an overnight outage.
- USA TODAY
If you travel this year, you'll probably spend time on a plane. Here are expert tips for handling a long-haul flight.
To take advantage, travelers must book by Feb. 14 with the promo code “LOVU23.”
- Business Insider
The art of the buffet: Cruise chef of two decades explains how ships feed thousands of passengers at sea
Executive chef Marco Goetz has overseen the culinary operations of several Carnival-owned cruise lines for the past 15 years.
- Women's Health
Yes, we're still talking about this.
- Out Traveler
The campaign will offer up to half a million plane tickets to encourage the return of tourism.
Though Insider's reporter took steps to avoid tourists when she visited the Colosseum, she found it was too crowded to enjoy Rome's iconic attraction.
I used Amtrak to explore 4 states with my family for $22 per person. Here's what it was like and why it beat flying or driving.
We saved money by buying coach tickets on the Amtrak Keystone Service and the Northeast Regional train instead of traveling by airplane or rental car.
This Southern California Mountain Town Is Buzzing During Ski Season — and It Just Got the Chicest New Cabins
Noble + Proper is super cozy and oh so cool.
I tried van life and lasted just 2 months. Here are the 9 most disappointing parts of life on the road.
I left my New Zealand apartment to travel in a Mazda MPV campervan, but I didn't expect how hard it'd be to find Wi-Fi, save money, and make friends.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
New routes to the East Coast were popular, and Southwest's grip is loosening at Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport.
- USA TODAY
Advocates continue the push for a law that would charge a $50 "green fee" to tourists for visiting natural resources as a way to manage tourism.
This style of travel is growing more popular among the 50-plus set, and it can offer a richer, more relaxing experience
What is slow travel? It’s called slow travel. Inspired by the slow food movement that began in Italy in the 1980s as a reaction to the proliferation of fast food restaurants, slow travel started, well, slowly.
A lower cost of living, better weather, lower taxes and a higher quality of life are all reasons to think about making the move to another country when you get ready to retire -- and leaving the U.S....
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Is a superbloom coming? After Arizona's rainy fall and winter, a riotous wildflower season is likely. Here's when to look for poppies and lupines.
A Florida mansion that's 15 minutes from Disney World is on the market for $5.6 million, and it's filled with highly customized surprises — take a look inside
All the themed rooms in the house, including the ones inspired by "Jurassic Park" and "Steamboat Willie," are custom-designed, the listing agent told Insider.
- Daytona Beach News-Journal
Be careful when you hit the beach. A new list from Travel Lens on the 10 'deadliest' beaches in the US is heavily Florida-centric.
I paid over $1,200 for one weekend of skiing — nearly the same cost as my rent. Take a closer look at how expensive the sport really is.
Insider's author went to Winter Park Ski Resort in Colorado to ski and snowboard and spent $212 on lift tickets, $316 for hotel, and $168 for rentals.
Planning a trip to the Happiest Place on Earth? Here are the best times to go to Disneyland.
- The Telegraph
British Airways and Virgin Atlantic will restart flights to China for the first time since the pandemic but with two hours added to the journey time as the airlines avoid Russian airspace.
- Business Insider
Taking a secret 'hush trip' could help with burnout — but might land your company a surprise tax bill
So-called hush trips or "workations" are the latest trend blurring the line between work and travel, and causing headaches for employers.