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A new survey reveals 53 percent of fliers would pay for a hot meal in coach, with a price tag of $5 most popular. Most airlines currently sell only cold snacks in economy, with some offering deluxe first-class meals for about $20.
United implemented a new boarding system Thursday upsetting many elite frequent-fliers, who now board in the same group as any flier who has one of United's credit cards.
Slow Wi-Fi at airports, convention centers and other travel hot-spots may soon be a thing of the past. The FCC plans to free up an unlicensed spectrum of Wi-Fi that will greatly improve speed and capacity.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau breaks down the numbers from the U.S. Department of Transportation on flight delays, tarmac times and lost baggage reports.
American debuted service upgrades for international first- and business-class passengers, including wine tasting and toiletries kits that double as tablet cases.
Boeing defends use of lithium ion batteries on Dreamliner jets, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau. Mary Schiavo, aviation attorney, weighs in.
The Global Business Travel Association's outlook forecasts U.S. business travel to rise 4.6 percent in 2013, fueled by growth in international travel and group travel.
United opened its newest airport lounge at Chicago O'Hare Thursday, sporting travel and aviation-themed elements. The airline is spending $50 million this year to open new locations or renovate existing clubs.
United Airlines began international flights with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner on Thursday from Los Angeles to Tokyo. Additional over water routes are planned for 2013.
Major hotel chains are building properties featuring two hotels in one location to save on development costs during tough economic times.
Dubai International Airport opened the world's first concourse designed specifically to handle double-decker Airbus A380 aircraft, which seat about 500 passengers.
Expect higher airfares, more add-on fees, lower gasoline prices and enhanced passenger protections in 2013.
Fliers will see few immediate changes resulting from the "fiscal cliff." But some airports may close and staffing cuts could impact security screening in the long-term if a deal isn't reached, according to some reports.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs takes a look at some of the major travel trends in 2013.
First, NerdWallet tackled the job of simplifying personal finance. Now, they're trying to take some of the aggravation out of air travel with a new venture -- TravelNerd.
As airlines offer more add-on services, comparison-shopping for cheap fares is getting harder. Now the government is wading in and may change how airlines charge and display fees to everyone in 2013.
The Weather Channel's Reynolds Wolf reports the latest details on another winter storm sweeping across the nation.
Brian Kelly, ThePointsGuy.com founder, offers insight on another fast-approaching "cliff."
Most airlines refund fees for preferred seats if your flight is canceled. Here's what to do.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports air fares are projected to move slightly higher in 2013; and Basili Alukos, Morningstar, says investors will dismiss euphoria surrounding airline mergers.