CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the arrest of Paris terror attack suspect Salah Abdeslam, and the Brussels explosions today.
Retired General Wesley Clark and former NATO commander is following news of the Brussels explosions, saying this means more resources will be required there.
MSNBC military analyst Colonel Jack Jacobs provides perspective on the explosions in Brussels, and what we've learned from the Paris attacks.
A Florida mother and gun rights activist is in the hospital after authorities says she was shot by her 4-year old son; Honda is unveiling its first hydrogen fuel cell vehicle; and out of 8,600 noise complaints at Washington's Reagan National Airport, officials say 6,500 came from the same person, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
The US Transportation Department banned the use of electronic cigarettes on all airline flights to eliminate any confusion.
The founder of the European low-cost airline opens up a discount food store in North West London.
U.S. carriers are restoring some small perks for passengers in coach.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport said it hit a major milestone Sunday.
Overall airline satisfaction is now higher compared to 2010, according to J.D. Power's latest survey.
70 staff at the international airport had passes revoked over concerns around terror attacks this year.
The 519-room Westin at Denver International is now open, joining other travel hubs in the airport hotel trend.
Infrastructure power players - GV Sanjay Reddy of GVK and Hindustan's Ajit Gulabchand - say India's PPP problems are being solved.
An etiquette study by Expedia found that passengers are annoyed by seat-kickers the most.
The Department of Homeland Security is recommending new security enhancements after the Russian plane crash, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
About 20,000 British nationals are stranded in Egypt, as the UK suspends flights to and from Sharm el-Sheikh as a precaution.
Matthias Zieschang, CFO of Fraport, doesn’t expect the Russian plane crash to impact its operations at Frankfurt Airport.
Southwest Air says technology issues have delayed some flights as airline employees have to process travelers manually.
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA hopes to sell one-way tickets to Europe for $69 as early as 2017 by flying from U.S. airports that have low fees, Chief Executive Officer Bjørn Kjos said in an interview Tuesday.
A report released on Monday by the Airports Council International lists the busiest airports in the world in 2014.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports GPS-based technology NextGen is the future for air travel. FAA administrator Michael Huerta, discusses the plans for performance based navigation.