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Insight on technology and the internet have transformed the travel industry, with Scott Kessler, Standard & Poor's and Frederick Moran, Benchmark Company.
England’s Warwick Castle has hired a dragonologist following an extensive search which has captured the UK's imagination.
Here are the top 10 destinations where these travelers have the best-rated options for entertainment, dining, and accommodation.
A check on two travel e-commerce sites that are trading near 52-week highs, with Fred Moran, Benchmark internet/media/communications analyst.
As the airline industry struggles to make a full recovery, political unrest and high oil prices around the globe are putting a damper on a possible comeback. Insight with Giovanni Bisignani, International Air Transport Association director general/CEO.
Portugal's central bank on Tuesday releases its projections for the country's economic outlook and investors are likely to watch closely for changes in the growth forecast, as the country has been plunged in a political crisis because of its austerity measures.
The airline's CEO, Richard Anderson, discusses his plans to meet with employees and provide additional support following the earthquake and tsunami.
An outlook on private equity and the recovery process in Japan, with Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital chairman/CEO.
CNBC's Phil Lebeau has the story on the much delayed 747-8 that took to the skies this weekend for the first time.
Discussing the impact the devastation in Japan is likely to have on commercial airlines and charter carriers, with Helane Becker, Dahlman Rose and David McCown, Air Partner North America.
Japan is Hawaii's second largest market for tourists behind the US mainland. Last year, 1.2 million Japanese came to the islands and spent $1.9 billion, according to the state tourism officials. Now, all of this is threatened.
Insight on the impact of the Japan disaster on tourism, with Mike McCartney, The Hawaii Tourism Authority president/CEO.
Carnival's first-quarter earnings will fall short of Wall Street expectations and the cruise operator is cutting its full-year earnings outlook. The Miami company blamed rising fuel prices and some itinerary changes in the Middle East and North Africa for the reduction to its 2011 guidance.
A look at what airlines are trying to do to compete as oil prices continue to climb, with Helane Becker, Dahlman Rose airline analyst and CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
If you could purchase a ticket for your next flight for a relatively small sum, with the caveat that the cost could go up or down, based on oil prices, would you do it?
Royal weddings can generally be counted on to produce plenty of pomp and circumstance, not to mention — later on, of course — a possible future king or queen. In Britain, the approaching wedding of Prince William, second in line to the throne, to Kate Middleton, his longtime girlfriend, comes with a whole new set of expectations. The NYT reports.
Some accuse the Mubarak government of deliberately fanning class tensions to create demands for the restoration of its brutal security state. But such resentments have built up here for nearly a decade. The NYT reports.
Dividends may be in store for shareholders this year, Mickey Arison, CEO and chairman of Carnival Cruises, told CNBC Thursday.
Investors shouldn’t let airlines’ performance during bad weather, like the snowstorm this week, determine whether they invest in the industry, analyst Matt Jacob told CNBC Wednesday.
Egypt is on track to meet its tourism growth targets despite a scare following a rare series of shark attacks that affected bookings, the country’s Minister of Tourism, Zoheir Garranah, told CNBC.