"I don't know what the proper thing to do here is, but I would've peed my pants and I'm guessing that's wrong," wrote one commenter on the terrifying scene.
"Frontier Airlines maintains the utmost value, respect, concern and support for all of our flight attendants," a spokeswoman from the airline said.
"We're working to provide refunds for cancellations and, when possible, to re-accommodate our guests," said Spirit spokesman Erik Hofmeyer.
The latest travel guidance comes as Israel recorded 3,834 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday.
Countries such as Greece and Ireland were added to the CDC's Level 4 warning list, are nations that have more than 500 COVID cases per 100,000 residents in the last 28 days.
According to FlightAware, at least 5,000 flights have been delayed on most days since early July. Among the airlines with the biggest problems are American, Southwest and Spirit.
After pandemic-related lockdowns, people are ready to travel, but the State Department closed many offices last year to keep employees safe, creating a backlog.
"It is really the most significant numbers that we have ever seen thus far in the pandemic," Dr. Vincent Hsu told Newsweek about Florida's COVID-19 surge.
The president of the Public Service Alliance of Canada and its Customs and Immigration Union said that members could strike as soon as August 6.
Fully vaccinated U.S. travelers flying to England won't have to quarantine from August 2, but the CDC currently advises Americans against traveling to the U.K.
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Had your fill of horror stories about guests trashing homes or throwing out-of-control parties? Try this heartwarming tale that has gone viral on TikTok.
The new special edition travel trailer combines Pottery Barn's signature design aesthetic with traditional Airstream living.
The young girl was awarded a voucher for free airfare on Icelandair worth 50,000 Icelandic Króna — about $400.
Boeing 777 turned around and lands safely after it was battered by ice nuggets the size of tennis balls.
Watch as a van loaded with people overshoots the toll booth and the automatic barrier repeatedly swings down on the people perched on the top.
The order to stop checking the COVID documentation of travelers from specific countries was a response to concerns of lengthy immigration lines, the Guardian reported.
Newsweek caught up with travel experts, from TV hosts Samantha Brown and Oneika Raymond to The Points Guy founder Brian Kelly, to ask about their dream post-pandemic trips.
This is the first time Canada has begun lifting its restrictions on non-essential travel since March 2020.
"Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain," director Morgan Neville speaks with Newsweek about making the documentary an ode to the late star's uncommon life and not playing it safe when telling Bourdain's story.
Travel insurance couldn't be more important than it is today. Stay protected from travel mishaps with AAA membership.
"Guests without the required proof of insurance will not be permitted to sail and no refund will be provided," according to Carnival's new policy.
Actress Megan Fox has revealed that she and her boyfriend, Machine Gun Kelly, recently traveled to Costa Rica to drink psychoactive tea ayahuasca.
Planning a vacation can be daunting—here are some of TikTok's favorite tips to make the process go as smoothly as possible.
Gordon Hempton, aka the Sound Tracker, talks to Newsweek about the importance of silence as the world starts churning again, and his quest to preserve natural vanishing soundscapes from the Amazon Rainforest to the world's first urban quiet park in Taiwan.
Attorney General Rob Bonta announced on Monday that Arkansas, Florida, Montana, North Dakota and West Virginia are being added to California's list.
Tourists risk their lives standing dangerously close to a river of molten rock in Iceland.
"This is the most disgusting place I have ever been," reads one review of the Coral Sands motel in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.