Latest in International Travel

Latest in International Travel

Planes from Brussels Airlines on the tarmac at Brussels Airport

Ukraine War, Fuel Costs Causing Longer Airline Routes, Higher Prices

Airlines are trying to shuffle schedules and recoup losses from canceled trips and scuttled flights as Russia continues attacks on Ukraine.

 | By James Packard

A Delta Airlines jet lands at John F. Kennedy International Airport

Delta Suspends Codesharing With Russia's Aeroflot Airline

The codesharing suspension came after Britain on Thursday banned Aeroflot from flying into the country.

 | By Associated Press

Flight cancellations on a departure board

Major Airlines Cancel, Change Flights To U.S. Over 5G Dispute

Airlines from Dubai, India and Japan are canceling or changing flights to the U.S. over concerns that 5G technology could interfere with planes.

 | By Associated Press

Cruise ships float at Port Miami

CDC Warns Against Cruises, Regardless Of Vaccination Status

The CDC said it has more than 90 cruise ships under investigation or observation as a result of COVID-19 cases.

 | By Associated Press

The Royal Caribbean cruise ship Serenade of the Seas

Cruises Still Sailing Despite COVID Outbreaks

The Cruise Lines International Association said cases in recent weeks make up a slim percentage of the total population on board.

 | By Haley Bull

Narita International Airport in Japan

Japan Retracts Ban On New Flight Bookings Into The Country

The transport ministry has retracted the request after receiving criticism that the travel ban was too strict.

 | By Associated Press

Deserted airport in Japan

Japan Suspends New Flight Reservations As Omicron Spreads

Japan made the request as an emergency precaution amid growing concern over the spread of the new Omicron variant.

 | By Associated Press

People walking

WHO Criticizes Travel Bans On Southern African Countries

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa called the restrictions "completely unjustified."

 | By Associated Press

Train conductor checks COVID Certificates.

CDC Raises Europe Travel Warning Due To COVID-19 Outbreaks

The agency has raised the travel warning to level 4 due to a high number of cases in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Iceland and Guernsey.

 | By Newsy Staff and Associated Press

President Joe Biden, right

U.S. Easing Foreign Travel Restrictions; Vaccinations Required

The new policies will go into effect in November.

 | By Associated Press