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  • TSA agent at Pittsburgh International Airport.

    A new TSA boarding pass identifier helps steer qualified Delta, United and US Airways fliers to PreCheck fast lane airport security at 40 nationwide airports.

  • NetJet CEO on the Business of Private Jets

    Jordan Hansell, Chairman & CEO of NetJets, discusses the increase trend of private jet ownership, with Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway CEO; and CNBC's Becky Quick.

  • Optimism about Asian air travel is lifting BOC Aviation shares.

    American Airlines and Delta matched a change fee hike on Thursday initiated by United on April 18, bringing the cost to change a domestic non-refundable ticket to $200.

  • American Airlines Flagship check-in at JFK International Airport.

    If you're a VIP, super-elite or international first class flier on American, an exclusive Flagship Check-In area opened for you on Wednesday at New York's JFK Airport.

  • Virgin Atlantic has partnered with famed British designer Dame Vivienne Westwood for a redesign of Virgin's iconic red uniforms.

  • A passenger on Jet Blue Airways checks his cell phone before he disembarks at the Long Beach, California airport.

    Hotels, airports and airlines are struggling to meet traveler demand for Wi-Fi. But with networks overloaded and passengers frustrated, how much will fliers pay to log on?

  • Members of a new app-driven service can book a seat on any of 4,000 private jets that have extra room on their flights for about what it costs to fly first-class.

  • Santelli: Is the FAA Playing Politics?

    CNBC's Rick Santelli talks about how sequestration has impacted travel in the U.S.

  • FAA Furlough Relief in Sight?

    The latest details on flight delays, with CNBC's Hampton Pearson. And, Ray Neidl, Nexa Capital, provides insight on how sequester-induced furloughs are impacting the airline sector.

  • Furloughs Delay Flights and Frustrate Travelers

    Joe Leonard, former AirTran CEO; and Trish Gilbert, NATCA, discuss the political implications of sequester cuts on the FAA, and the resulting travel crunch at airports.

  • Expedia CEO: Sandy to Hurt Results, Not Long-Term Plans

    Online-travel agency Expedia beta on earnings but warned of a lower full-year profit from its discount travel website Hotwire due to higher car-rental rates and competition.

  • FAA Furloughs Wreak Havoc on Travelers

    The U.S. budget cuts are back in the spotlight as flight delays mount, with CNBC's Hampton Pearson; Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK); and CNBC's Rick Santelli.

  • US Airways matched United's domestic change fee hike of $50, bringing the cost of changing reservations to $200 from $150. Other airlines are likely to follow, one analyst says.

  • Budget Cuts Puts Spotlight on Travel

    Seth Kaplan, Airline Weekly, discusses the latest details on FAA furloughs and flight delays. And, Stephen Joyce, Choice Hotels, weighs in on its impact on the hotel industry. Meanwhile, CNBC's Hampton Pearson has the update on which airports are hit the hardest.

  • Flyers Not Feeling the LUV

    Gary Kelly, Chairman, President & CEO of Southwest Airlines, discusses his company's first quarter results, and explains how the sequester squeeze is impacting airline delays.

  • Road Warrior: Fly Like a Celebrity

    Commercial carriers are offering passengers an upgrade to VIP treatment for an extra $125. Perks include a personal greeter, faster security checks and an escort to the gate, reports CNBC's Becky Quick.

  • Bird Flu the Biggest Threat for Chinese Airlines

    Siva Govindasamy, Asia Managing Editor of Flightglobal says domestic demand in China's airline sector is strong, but bird flu is the biggest threat that could derail growth.

  • Want to send a cocktail to that attractive passenger across the aisle? Virgin America has the answer with a new seat-to-seat drink or meal delivery feature.

  • DOT's LaHood: Safety Will Always Be Priority

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau speaks to Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood about the sequester, and its impact on flights.

  • Are Spending Cuts Ruining Travel Plans?

    Spending cuts related to the sequester are causing delays at airports across the country, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.