Expect More Drivers On The Maryland Roads This July 4th HolidayMore drivers are expected on Maryland road this Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Southwest Airlines Says Thunderstorms Have Impacted Flights, Leading To Delays Or CancellationsSome passengers flying with Southwest have experienced a number of problems after the airline had to delay or cancel a number of flights over recent weeks. 
With Tourism On The Rise, Businesses In Maryland Hope To Have A Better SummerTourism took a huge hit last year because of the pandemic but now with the restrictions now easing, locals are hoping to have a better summer.
Airlines Struggling To Keep Up With Travel Demand As More Americans Make Summer PlansMore than 47.7 million Americans are expected to hit the roads or take a flight this Fourth of July holiday. That's up 40% from 2020.
Some American Airlines Flights Canceled At BWI Amid Reports Of Labor ShortagesAmerican Airlines is canceling hundreds of flights through at least mid-July as the company strives to maintain service in the midst of massively increasing travel demand while the coronavirus pandemic continues to recede in the United States, according to a spokesperson from the airline.
Travel Troubles For Thousands Of People Flying Southwest Airlines Including Here In BaltimoreSouthwest Airlines said it is beginning to resume flight operations after the airline's third-party weather data provider experienced intermittent performance issues Monday evening, grounding planes and delaying travel across the US.
Friday Marked The Busiest Day For Passengers Departing From BWI During PandemicFriday, June 11 marked the busiest day for passengers departing from Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport since the start of the pandemic. 
Tru By Hilton Hotel Celebrates Grand Opening In Harbor EastAfter 19 months of construction, Tru By Hilton held its grand opening on Tuesday morning. 
Travel Hits Pandemic High At BWI, More Than 109K Departing Passengers Screened Over Memorial Day WeekendMore than 109,000 departing passengers were screened by the Transportation Security Administration at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport over Memorial Day weekend. 
Ocean City Welcomes Return Of Memorial Day RevelersOcean City is hoping for a big boost in business this weekend. The resort town welcomed back long-awaited visitors Friday.
Transportation Officials Urging Drivers To Be Responsible This Memorial Day WeekendMore than 700,000 Marylanders are gearing up to hit the road this Memorial Day Weekend, a 53 percent increase from this time last year. For some, this might be their first long-distance trip since the pandemic started.