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A new travel app aims to make navigating crowded airports more helpful.
Liberty Interactive has purchased a bulk of stock in TripAdvisor, giving it voting control over the web travel operator, both companies announced on Tuesday.
Flier advocates complain the Transportation Department failed to consider several key fliers' rights issues.
Finding the best deals and discounts on your hotel stay can be a challenge, but an industry insider reveals the science behind hotel pricing.
As one Marriott executive said, the hotel chain operator had "lost its mojo." Learn how the company is going to great lengths to get it back.
Think you can't visit Antarctica in a day? Think again as one company offers day tours onboard a 747.
More hotels are offering Apple iPads to enhance guests' stay.
A small, simple device can unlock hotel doors at some of the most popular chains.
Experts shared travel tips, tricks at Frequent Traveler University.
The United Dreamliner made an emergency landing in New Orleans, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Some airline fees, such as premium seats and in-flight Wi-Fi, may be worth the cost.
Horst Schulze, Chairman & CEO of Capella Hotel and Resorts, explains how "luxury is changing," and reveals his new strategy geared towards the business traveler.
Toy companies that traditionally target young girls are trying to appeal to fathers too.
Cheap, easy ways to avoid your frequent flier miles from expiring.
Airlines and airports improve amenities for long-haul international travelers as demand booms.
Dean Rotchin, BlackJet CEO, discusses how his company is changing the private aviation industry by providing travelers with a guaranteed seat on a private jet for an affordable price.
News last week that unit sales of Windows PCs in U.S. stores fell by 21% between Oct. 21 and Nov. 17 caused tech experts to wonder if Microsoft can ever regain its old stature.
Ford Motor is rebranding its Lincoln luxury division to return the brand to its roots, at least in name: Lincoln will now be referred to as the "Lincoln Motor Co."
Maintaining elite frequent flier status is an extreme sport for some travelers.