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Detroit tourism seeks rebound after year lost to pandemic

DETROIT – Timothy Tharp has owned businesses in Detroit long enough to remember when parts of downtown resembled a ghost town. He’s also seen its resurgence with new restaurants, hotels and ...

AAA sees a huge jump in travel over Memorial Day weekend

U.S. highways will be far busier over the Memorial Day holiday weekend than last year, but traffic still won't reach pre-pandemic levels, according to a forecast by the AAA auto club.

U.S. to restrict travel from India over COVID-19 starting Tuesday

WASHINGTON – The U.S. will restrict travel from India starting Tuesday, the White House said Friday, citing a devastating rise in COVID-19 cases in the country and the emergence of potential...

Continental Europe could allow U.S. tourists back this summer

BRUSSELS – American tourists could soon be visiting continental Europe again, more than a year after the European Union restricted travel to the 27-nation bloc to a bare minimum to contain t...

One of largest casino projects on Vegas Strip sets opening

LAS VEGAS – One of the biggest casino projects ever on the Las Vegas Strip has set a date to open, after more than seven years of planning and building. Resorts World Las Vegas an...

U.S. warns against travel to 80% of world because of coronavirus

WASHINGTON – The State Department on Monday urged Americans reconsider any international travel they may have planned and said it would issue specific warnings not to visit about 80% of the ...

Australia-New Zealand travel bubble opens with joy, tears

WELLINGTON, New Zealand – As the passengers walked a little dazed through the airport gates, they were embraced one after another by family members who rushed forward and dissolved into tear...

A $1.2 billion loss for Delta, but recovery is on the radar

Delta Air Lines lost $1.2 billion in the first quarter, more than expected, but executives said Thursday that the airline could be profitable by late summer if the budding recovery in air tr...

Many history interpreters of color carry weight of racism

Stephen Seals stood onstage waiting to be auctioned off. Moments later, a white slave auctioneer pointed a gun at one of the other Black men gathered with Seals, and a Black mother cried for...

Beyond the pandemic: London tourism braces for slow recovery

LONDON – The cobblestones are deserted at the Tower of London. A biting wind blows and there is no sign of life. Even the storied ravens are nowhere to be seen. England’s top paid...

Spanish resorts languish while Madrid hosts Europe’s parties

MADRID – In Madrid, the real party starts at 11 p.m. after the bars close – and curfew kicks in. That’s when young, polyglot groups of revelers from Italy, the Netherlands, German...

Sheltered from virus, Kauai plans cautious return to tourism

Sheltered from virus, Kauai begins to loosen restrictions
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