Headlines for Thursday include new FAA approvals for personal electronic device use and a plane landing at the wrong airport.
Travelers may find fewer crowds over the Thanksgiving holiday this year but probably not enough to notice the difference.
Headlines for Wednesday include the US Airways Express hub expansion in Philadelphia, a hotel crackdown in New York and a lost train.
Those two tickets to paradise may be available for purchase with bitcoin, now that real-world tour companies are accepting the currency.
The annual Vacation Deprivation study found that U.S. workers with 14 days of vacation took only 10, leaving four days unused.
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United and Delta this month raised the number of miles needed to score certain flights, leaving fliers to wonder which carrier will be next. NBC News reports.
Passengers are spending more at airports, due in part to unique offerings. In 2012 travelers spent $630 million on retail items in U.S. terminals.
British Airways is testing a digital tag that can be programmed with flight details and baggage destination information.
Consumers may benefit from more low-cost competition as a result of the deal that paves the way for US Airways and American to merge.
Texting and talking on cellphones, long forbidden on U.S. airlines, will soon be an option for passengers on domestic flights.
The TSA has told airports to take over exit-lane security by early 2014 so it can save $88.1 million a year. Airports don't want to absorb the cost.
Expect holiday flights to be a little less jolly this year as passengers compete for overhead bin space to avoid checked-bag fees.
After posting a lower Q3 profit, Barney Harford, Orbitz Worldwide CEO, tells CNBC's Simon Hobbs the travel site announced a strong Q3. For now, he's focused on the launch of Orbitz Rewards.
Despite its higher prices, National Car Rental tops this year's Rental Car Satisfaction survey by J.D. Power, in part due to its easy pick-up process.
Airlines are using new seat designs that allow an extra row of seats into economy cabins and, in some cases, an extra seat into existing rows.
It's far too easy to become a slug when you're on the road. Some airports now feature dedicated areas in which travelers can work up a sweat.
Business travelers plan to take more trips in the coming months, according to industry forecasts. They'll find slightly higher hotel prices.
Airlines are collecting more fees from travelers and that's sending revenue sky-high, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
JFK, LaGuardia and Newark-Liberty International Airport lag well behind most other airports in amenities, according to a survey by an advocacy group.