Sterling, Virginia - U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) seized more than $56,000 in unreported currency from three groups of Ghana- and Turkey-bound travelers at Washington Dulles International Airport this week. Travelers may carry as much currency as they wish into and out of the United States. None of the currency is taxed. Federal law requires that travelers who possess $10,000 or more in currency or monetary instruments must report it to a CBP officer and complete a U.S. Treasury Department financial form.

Las Vegas, Nevada - Increases in summer airline travel could be an indicator of things to come for flying during the holiday season.

Las Vegas, Nevada - There’s not much to enjoy about airline travel these days, economy seats are cramped, flights are packed, and passengers pay an ever-expanding number of fees for things that used to be free, says Consumer Reports in its latest investigation and airline ratings survey.

Washington, DC - The TSA Administrator and I both appreciate the recent support we have received from Congress to aggressively address increased air travel and reduce wait times at TSA screening points in U.S. airports.  In the face of increased air travel volume, we will not compromise aviation security.  We are quickly and aggressively surging resources to keep travelers moving through airports, and to keep them safe.

Las Vegas, Nevada - McCarran Passenger Traffic Continues Ascent in May:

Las Vegas, Nevada - With the busy travel season upon us, people comb through travel websites and brochures looking to find their ideal vacation destination. Some search for stunning examples of wilderness found only in America; others seek a cultural experience, a chance to taste new foods, visit historic sights and see a different side of life. For those seeking to make their vacation fun as well as educational and enriching, there are a host of photography workshops throughout the country that not only offer a chance to see amazing places, but instruction on memorializing their experiences through digital imaging and photography.

Las Vegas, Nevada - The arrival of warm weather signals the season of three-day weekends and more people are using that time to travel. Whether it’s three glorious days off due to a holiday, summer office hours or simply cashing in on precious PTO time, weekend warriors are taking advantage.

Washington, DC - U.S. Customs and Border Protection today announced additional enhancements to the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA), as part of the continued implementation of the Visa Waiver Program Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act of 2015 (the Act).

Washington, DC - Whether you are traveling by air, land, rail or sea this summer, U.S. Customs and Border Protection encourages travelers to familiarize themselves with some of the new technology in place to ease entry or return to the U.S. and reminds them to know the rules and regulations relating to international travel before crossing the border.

Springdale, Utah - Shuttles will resume in Zion Canyon tomorrow, October 28, 2015. Daily service will continue through Sunday, November 8. The shuttle will also run on weekends through November 22, and on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of Thanksgiving week.