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CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on "Airlines for America's" spring travel forecast. One million people are expected to fly to U.S. airlines every day throughout the end of April.
United Airlines is getting tough on oversized carry-on bags, even sending some of travelers back to check their luggage for a fee.
A brutal winter for U.S. airlines is finally expected to warm up and deliver record passenger levels this spring according to the latest forecast.
With admission to some amusement parks hovering around $100 per person, some families are considering other options.
Steve Ciobo, Parliamentary Secretary to the Australian Treasurer, says the Australian government is attempting to level the playing field for its struggling flag carrier Qantas, by amending the Sales Act.
About half a million Americans legally travel to Cuba every year, and tour professionals are hopeful that policies may change to allow more.
Gordon Bethune, former Continental Airlines chairman & CEO, discusses how FAA rules and the winter weather have impacted the airline industry. "This cumulative effect of the weather the first quarter is going to have a big effect on profitability," Bethune says.
Norikazu Saito, Japan Airlines' managing executive officer of finance & accounting, speaks to CNBC's Kaori Enjoji about the airline's decision to work with Airbus and possibility of raising wages.
United Airlines is blaming the bad weather on a quadrupling of cancellations last month. CNBC's Phil Lebeau reports United has cancelled more than 22,500 flights this year.
Fall in earnings in both Australian airlines Qantas and Virgin reveal challenges in the country's aviation sector, says Oliver Lamb, Managing Director at Pacific Aviation Consulting.
Frequent fliers who try to accumulate the most airline points while spending little money, may soon have to figure out a new way to game the system.
Patrick Kaser, Brandywine Global, discusses why airline stocks are up more than 20 percent so far this year, as the industry becomes the S&P 500's top performer.
American Airlines has ended its policy of extending special fares to passengers who must book a last-minute flight because of a relative's death.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs breaks down Delta Airlines big policy change to reward frequent flyer miles based on ticket price rather than distance traveled.
Delta will now award its SkyMiles miles based on ticket price instead of distance traveled. Ben Mutzabaugh, USA Today, and Joe DeNardi, Stifel Nicolaus, discuss what this means for the stock and the consumer.
Delta's frequent flyer miles will soon be based on the money the customer spent on the ticket, not the miles traveled. CNBC's Phil LeBeau says this is "all about the high margin business class travel."
Delta said it will become the latest carrier to change its frequent-flier program to a system based on ticket price rather than miles.
Martin Sass, CEO & Chairman of MD Sass, shares his top equity picks in health care, airlines and television broadcasting.
Even with 100,000 flights canceled this winter and word of a new terror threat, airlines are headed for sunny skies, analysts forecast.
NBC's Pete Williams reports airlines have been notified to pay extra attention to explosives in the shoes of travelers from overseas to U.S flights.