Travelers moved through SFO Wednesday with mandatory masks and packed bags, ready for a summer travel season that is regaining signs of life after the past year of lockdowns.
Southwest blamed Tuesday's issues on "intermittent performance issues with our network connectivity."
Air travel continued its path towards pre-pandemic norms Friday when the TSA scanned 2 million passengers for the first time since March 2020.
Coast-to-Coast flights have resumed at San Jose Mineta International Airport for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak began in the U.S. JetBlue is again flying from San Jose to Boston's Logan airport.
JetBlue Airways returned to Mineta San Jose International Airport on Thursday with daily nonstop services to Boston Logan International Airport.
The CDC updated its travel guidance this week to say vaccinated Americans can now travel with a lower COVID-19 risk to dozens of more countries.
Carnival Cruise Line confirmed plans to restart U.S. sailings from its Texas port as early as July 3 for those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
A Marin County kayaker attempting a solo 2,400-mile voyage from the Bay Area to Hawaii was rescued about 70 miles off the U.S. coast, forcing him to abandon his dreams of making an epic journey over the next two months.
The government's highway safety agency says U.S. traffic deaths rose 7% last year.
Bay Area tourism, battered the past year, had a healthy summer launch over the long Memorial Day weekend.
Memorial Day weekend 2021 signaled a much different picture than 2020, and one that resembled normalcy with packed roads and planes.
Carnival will first set sail from Texas' Port of Galveston, Florida's Port Miami and Port Canaveral.
The Oakland International Airport says they won't know passenger traffic totals until at least after Memorial Day, but the projections they've made for the holiday weekend indicate a strong rebound from pandemic lows.
Southwest and American Airlines announced a temporary halt in alcohol service amid a rise in passenger violence.
Compared to pre-pandemic levels of 2019, AAA says travel is still down about 13%, but it’s making a comeback, especially this holiday weekend.
On Friday, the TSA screened the most passengers since the beginning of the pandemic - a whopping 1.9 million.
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Travelers flying out of Oakland International Airport this Memorial Day holiday weekend can expect a busier than usual airport as the pandemic eases and demand for travel resumes.
AAA predicts more than 37 million people will hit the roads and take to the skies this holiday weekend as travel experts caution drivers about to worst times to travel.
The State Department is relaxing its rule and will allow Americans to reenter the U.S. with an expired passport through the end of 2021.