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On Friday alone, almost 28,000 people were expected to travel through Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, just 1,000 shy of numbers from 2019.
Technical issues with Southwest Airlines resulted in problems at airports across the country.
The Airport Hilton was presented as a better site for Austin's homeless versus the currently proposed Candlewood Suites hotel in Northwest Austin.
The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport says the bomb threat has been cleared and normal operations can resume.
Airport officials are seeing a big rebound in traffic, but say it's not yet a full recovery to pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels.
The new solar array marks a milestone in both Austin Energy’s Community Solar Program and Austin-Bergstrom’s portfolio of sustainability efforts.
On Tuesday, many groups that receive “public funds” were scrambling to determine how Abbott's order will impact them, if at all.
Allegiant Air has announced its plans to establish a base of operations at the South Terminal at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
The CDC is now saying those who are fully vaccinated are less likely to get and spread COVID-19 so travel recommendations have been relaxed for them.
American Airlines is going to make it easier for you to travel by adding 10 new, returning, and seasonal routes to Austin.
The City of Austin's website is scheduled to go offline from 4 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sunday for routine maintenance.
Officials say if you have a flight you should contact your airline directly before heading to the airport. Additional cancellations and delays are expected.
Austin-Bergstrom is advising passengers with flights in the next 48 hours to confirm with their airline before traveling to the airport.
Travelers under the age of 2 and those with a disability will not be affected by this new rule.
Many will be staying close to home during the holidays and following the advice of health officials but that's not the case for everyone.
Despite warnings to avoid travel and to stay home for the holidays, thousands of people flew out of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport on Saturday.
Starting in April, people will be able to fly nonstop from Austin to Hawaii on Hawaiian Airlines.
Many showed up the day before Thanksgiving to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport so they could go see their families during this time.
A small plane with a mechanical issue is to blame for delays at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.