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A website programming error allowed some United frequent fliers to get first-class award tickets for only four miles and about $40 in taxes. What happened?
CNBC's Simon Hobbs has the update on travel from the Global Business & Travel Association's annual convention in Boston.
American Airlines is resisting the campaign by US Airways to merge, saying it can exit bankruptcy reorganization strong enough to compete with United and Delta.
Linda Abraham, Comscore co-founder, provides a look at some of the key statistics on Kayak's IPO and how it stacks up to its online travel competitors.
Steve Hafner, Kayak CEO, and Paul English, Kayak CTO, discuss their companies' initial public offering on the Nasdaq.
As a road warrior, I follow just about every U.S. airline on Twitter for updates and deals. American tops my list as the most informative and personable airline on social media and I interviewed the head of this growing and fun team.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen reports on a video of a turkey sandwich with a needle in it from Delta Air Lines flights.
Delta Air Lines and the FBI are investigating how sewing needles ended up in sandwiches served to business-class passengers departing from Amsterdam.
From check-in to landing, Virgin America's first-class service was an experience to savor. I review my Los Angeles to Seattle flight in this installment of "Road Warrior Tested."
As more people decide to fly, there are some airlines that have a distinctive edge over their rivals when it comes to providing the best service.
It's travel season and that means it's time to be alert for sketchy operators. From hidden fees to "fake" Elmos that harass you for a tip, here's a look at operators trying to scam you.
An escalation in the euro zone debt crisis, and particularly economic conditions in Greece, would have major consequences for revenues and profitability, Emirates Airline President Tim Clark told CNBC’s “Access: Middle East.”
Two professors from different faiths have issued a letter to the hotel industry and asked hotels to stop selling pay-per-view porn. Do you think hotels should stop selling porn?
Pioneered by boutique hotels, rooftop bars are appearing at bigger hotel chains.
Usual tourists are shying away from London on the assumption the Olympics will make it too expensive. That perception means vacancies and last-minute deals for savvy travelers.
British Airways crew members - wielding tablets - are searching VIPs before their flights in order to recognize them and provide personalized service. Is this going too far?
The aeronautical industry is not experiencing a production bubble in the commercial sector, but supply will need to keep up with demand, David Baxt, Global Head of Aerospace and Defense at Jefferies, told CNBC.
The world's No. 2 aircraft maker put top salesman Ray Conner in charge of its commercial plane unit only last week, and faces international customers' questions on how it plans to replace its successful but aging 777 mini-jumbo.
More hotels are outfitting rooms with sleek TV sets that act more like computers and concierges.
Spirit Airlines will add five new destinations from Dallas, and relocate operations from Washington D.C.'s Reagan National Airport to Baltimore later this year.