A Q&A for anyone confused about traveling right now: How to stay healthy, how to get a refund when you cancel a trip, and when it might be safe to travel again
These 13 stats show how much coronavirus has changed airlines, hotels and others in a matter of weeks.
Some airlines, cruise ships and other travel companies have been slow delivering money back for trips canceled by the coronavirus pandemic.
Unfazed by the coronavirus crisis and tempted by plummeting airfares and hotel rates, some travelers are hunting for half-price holidays for summer and fall
Travelers are finding roadblocks to getting their money back from trips canceled by the coronavirus pandemic—even when the law requires it.
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Coronavirus has led to the temporary death of travel. A veteran voyager offers a few antidotes.
The coronavirus has many homebound travelers thinking about an inexpensive vacation once social distancing eases.
As the coronavirus forces would-be travelers to stay indoors, travel deals are popping up online. Don’t be easily swayed. WSJ’s Scott McCartney breaks down how to avoid risky travel. Photo: Getty Images