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David Carey, CEO of Outrigger Hotels and Resorts says the government hasn't really impacted core business but explains why military travel has significantly reduced.
Air New Zealand offers passengers on its fleet of Airbus A320s a lesson in "Safety Old School Style," featuring Betty White.
A study showed 18-30 year olds take the most business trips and vacations. Dara Khosrowshahi, CEO of Expedia, attributes this trend to mobile integration. "Mobile is becoming bigger part of every day life and travel.
The task seems simple enough: Get passengers from inside the terminal onto a plane quickly so the flight can take off on time. But what way is best?
Why is this Thanksgiving different from all other Thanksgivings? Because it's Hanukkah, and restaurants are adding latkes to their turkey offerings.
North Korea is gearing up to open a multi-million dollar ski resort that is planned to be equipped with ski runs, hotels, cable cars, and a helipad.
HAVANA, Oct 9- Cuba has authorized its state-run tourism industry to contract out lodgings, meals, excursions and other activities to private businesses in a boost to a growing "non-state" sector.
HAVANA, Oct 9- Cuba has authorized its state-run tourism industry to contract out lodgings, meals, excursions and other activities to private businesses in a boost to a growing "non-state" sector. Tourism is the country's largest industry, attracting 2.8 million visitors in 2012 with revenues approaching $3 billion.
More airports around the country are offering (rather deluxe) pet boarding and daycare services.
The amount of venture capital funding going into Ed Tech has quadrupled, from $154 million in 2003 to $630 million in 2012.
Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Texas, has denied liability in the death of a woman who fell from a roller coaster called the Texas Giant.
Holiday-makers are heading to Indonesia in droves, drawn by the nation's weakening currency, which has fallen 19 percent against the dollar this year.
Competition in the air heats up and is putting pressure on shares of Boeing, report CNBC's Phil LeBeau. Airbus is selling 31 of its A350 aircraft, a direct competitor to Boeing's 787 Dreamliner, to Japan Airlines.
The new ratings will measure the number of people tweeting about television programs, and the number of people who actually view those tweets.
JFK International is the latest airport—and one of the largest—getting automated passport machines to speed up the arrival of U.S. passengers from international flights.
Tony Fernandes, Group CEO, AirAsia hopes for open skies in Asia Pacific, to create more jobs and opportunities.
The microblogging site's initial public offering filing revealed just how unlike these two companies really are.
C. Patrick Scholes, SunTrust lodging and cruise line analyst, explains why he has a "sell" rating on the cruise line and whether the company will be able to turn the tide.
In bringing together two collections of strangers for a low-pressure evening, start-up Grouper aims to disrupt the bar scene and one-on-one dating.
Thanksgiving is always the busiest and most lucrative time of year for airlines and travelers will need to be nimble to find deals on airfares.
Marriott is opening the tallest hotel in America in New York City, with CNBC's Sue Herera. Janis Milham, Marriott Courtyard vp and global brand manager, provides insight.
Travel headlines for Friday include confirmation of Southwest's expansion at LaGuardia and sweet-spot holiday travel dates.
Travel news headlines for Thursday include a Qantas profit warning, ice storms in the U.S. and wind warnings in Europe.