Southwest Airlines ground stop lifted

The Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday afternoon lifted a Southwest Airlines ground stop that was issued after the company had a technology-related issue for the second straight day.

Cruise ship fight sent to mediation

A U.S. district judge has ordered mediation in Florida’s lawsuit challenging federal restrictions that have idled the cruise ship industry during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Truck driver shortage may affect gas prices

Now that the country is reopening, more people are traveling and fewer people are driving trucks. That means there are not enough truck drivers to deliver gas to the pumps.

Americans can travel to Europe, if fully vaccinated

Americans who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 will get to vacation in the European Union this summer, according to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. She said this in an interview on Sunday with The New York Times.

Are Covid vaccine passports really viable?

Airlines and others in the travel industry are throwing support behind vaccine passports hoping to boost pandemic-depressed travel, but are they really a viable idea? University of Central Florida Public Health expert Dr. Yara Asi weighs in on the controversial debate.