Travel News

Flights Cancelled

Airlines Set To Cancel Thousands Of Flights Due To Staffing Shortage

Due to a pilot shortage, airlines have had to endure sizeable hits to their flight schedules. Southwest Airlines has cancelled 20,000 flights from June to Labor Day, while Delta Airlines has stated it will be cutting 100 daily flights from July 1 to Aug. 7. While rules are being loosened to help buffen the workforce, it doesn't look like a quick fix.
Summer Travel

Sticker Shock Could Be A Problem For Increased Summer Travelers

While travel this summer is expected to be booming due to easing pandemic restrictions, prices will also be sky-high. According to travel-data firm Hopper, domestic roundtrip flights are averaging $400, 24% higher than in 2019 and 45% higher than this time in 2021.
Airport TSA

TSA Warns Of Travel ‘Hiccups For Very, Very Busy Summer’

David Pekoske, the nation’s TSA chief, and airport and airline leaders throughout the nation have stated that there will be inevitable “hiccups” this summer, as the agency is expecting the largest airport passenger crowds since the Covid-19 pandemic first began. 

Airbnb Cracks Down On Memorial Day, Fourth Of July Parties With Restrictions

Airbnb has announced that they're instituting strict-anti party measures for the Memorial Day and Fourth of July weekends in order to cut down on unauthorized parties. Guests without a positive review history will be unable to rent one-night rentals during those weekends, while two-day rentals will see restrictions as well.
Uraiwan Srisuksai of Lemongrass Restaurant and Sake Bar

Thanks To Increased Travel And Tourists, Small Restaurants Are Seeing Their Pandemic Perseverance Rewarded | Uraiwan Srisuksai

With Covid-19 pandemic numbers on the downturn, travel has taken its spot on the top of many to-do lists. Those tourist booms can only be rewarding to eateries like Lemongrass Restaurant and Sake Bar, which — despite numerous challenges — has remained strong and prosperous.