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The FBI will pay $10,000 for information that helps catch individuals that intentionally point lasers at aircraft.
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As competition between budget airlines heats up, the appeal in going low-cost for the long-haul appears to be growing.
Dallas, Seattle and other cities are connecting their airports to downtown by rail in hopes of easing headaches and attracting more business.
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CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on flight cancellations in anticipation of bad weather, and the bumpy December for on-time travel.
Jose Eduardo Costas, Vice President of Market Intelligence, Executive Jets, at Brazilian aerospace conglomerate Embraer discusses the growth of private jets in emerging markets.
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Virgin Atlantic has launched a pilot scheme involving wearable technology to speed up the check-in process.
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A fresh fleet of fuel-efficient Boeing 787s will be a "game-changer" for Singapore Airlines' budget carrier Scoot, the firm's CEO told CNBC.
Executives of South Korea's Asiana Airlines say they're altering its pilot training program after a deadly July plane crash in San Francisco.
Ted Knighton, Interstate Hotels & Resorts president & COO, discusses the reality of building in Sochi and provides insight into the challenges hotel operators are facing at the Olympics.
Do you know the way to San Jose? Quite a few airline pilots apparently don't.
United Airlines reached an agreement on Friday with the Association of Flight Attendants to avoid 688 involuntary furloughs at the airline.
Stephen Holmes, chairman and CEO of Wyndham Worldwide tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer the company does not play games with earnings and tries to tell people what they think they can do and outperform it.
Discussing the overall state of the cruise industry, and the opening in the Northwest passage, with Edie Rodriguez, Crystal Cruises president & COO.
Discussing where the cruise industry is heading in 2015 and opportunities in Cuba, with Joel Simkins, Credit Suisse.
U.S. travel to Cuba may be more expensive than many might expect. The New York Posts reports.