Air Passengers Could Face Long Waits Due To COVID-19 RulesYou might want to get to the airport early next time you fly -- three hours early -- and that's in the United States. It's thanks to strict rules from the Transportation Safety Administration because of COVID-19. 
When To Start Booking Flights: Airfares On The Rise But Expected To Fall By End Of YearWith travel rules in the United States starting to relaxing, when is the right time to start booking flights? 
Travel Expert Says Airline Ticket Prices Expected To Rise More Than 50%Air travel is nowhere near what it was before the pandemic.
Airlines Will Offer Fewer Choices And Higher Fares After The Coronavirus Crisis
Cheap Fares Luring Travelers To Fly Despite PandemicDylcia McBlackwell couldn't justify taking a single spring vacation. Air fares were so cheap, she decided to book three. Now the 39-year-old food service worker from Chicago has tickets to fly to Denver to visit friends next month followed by a May trip to Charleston, South Carolina.
Not Everyone Has Access To COVID-19 Tests, Despite What The Government SaysThursday on CBS This Morning, Vice President Mike Pence didn't acknowledge a testing shortage. But said they're focusing on getting tests to Washington State, New York and California.
Coronavirus And Canceled Travel: Getting Money Back May Not Be Easy, But Changing Dates Without Penalties Can BeCoronavirus concerns are surfacing as many typically make spring and summer vacation plans – and in some cases, the money has already been spent.
Winter Travel Ideas To Get Out Of Cold ChicagoIf you're looking to get out of cold Chicago for a quick vacation, but you aren't sure where to go, we have some ideas. 
2.1 Million Travelers Expected At Chicago Airports Over 4th Of JulyThe city of Chicago says it expects more than 2.1 million passengers to travel through its airports for the Fourth of July holiday.
Illinois Sees 8th-Straight Record Tourism Growth In 2018U.S. Travel Association numbers show visitors to Illinois spent $41.7 billion over the previous year. That's a more than 5% increase in visitor spending over 2017.
R. Kelly Looking For Work In Dubai, To Ask Judge To Be Allowed To Travel, Sources SaySinger R. Kelly is looking for work in Dubai, sources say. However, Kelly does not have a passport.