Hotel, restaurants and museum officials said they did not expect tourists to stay away from New York City after a doctor was diagnosed with Ebola.» Read More
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the record cold temperatures and snowy conditions are causing major travel problems across the country. Flightaware.com says more than 5,600 flights were cancelled over the weekend and nearly 3,400 have been cancelled today.
Other airports are watching Montreal's program that lets travelers book access to the front of the security line.
Near-blizzard conditions and record cold snarled air travel up and down the East Coast, causing thousands of flight delays and cancellations.
The hotel Santa is the latest in a line of do-gooders whose anonymous actions have come to light.
Pot-friendly guides, activities and tours in Colorado are expected to expand as recreational marijuana sales become legal as of Jan. 1.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs takes a look at the Four Seasons Hotel returning to the public market next year and weighs in on what the future holds for the rest of the travel sector.
Thanks to a technical error some consumers were able to land round-trip tickets on Delta Air Lines for under $50, which the airline said it will honor.
Joel Simkins, Credit Suisse gaming, lodging, and leisure analyst, discusses the proposal to build a $1.3 billion stadium on the strip in Las Vegas and provides insight on leisure stocks.
From edible pirate ships to elaborate villages, hotels are cooking up ways to entice travelers indoors for the holidays.
Airlines are shrinking the size of their seats, raising revenue but also tensions between frustrated passengers. The NYT reports.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau takes a look at what's likely to spark competition in the airline industry next year. Transcontinental routes will become battleground between the carriers, reports LeBeau.
Southwest, Virgin America and KLM are among the carriers bringing social media-style giving to the skies.
As the U.S. airline industry continues to shrink, dozens of small and midsize cities are scrambling to try to maintain their economic lifelines.
The United States travel and tourism industry is one of the fastest growing sectors and doesn't seem to be slowing down.
No matter what the FCC decides, there will be no in-flight phone conversations by passengers on Delta or JetBlue, the airlines say.
To boost revenues and help passengers spend, airports are hiring personal shoppers. Heathrow's shoppers, for example, speak 11 languages.
AAA predicts that 94.5 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more between Saturday, Dec. 21, and Wednesday, Jan. 1.
Members of frequent flier programs face ongoing plan changes and the notion that if an airline decides to kick them out, there's little they can do.
From beach parties to ball drops, fireworks to waterfalls, CNBC presents the top 14 hot spots worldwide to raise a toast on New Year's Eve 2014.
Chicago O'Hare International took a decidedly Zen turn today with the opening of a yoga room in Terminal 3, adjacent to the indoor urban garden.
Hotel, restaurants and museum officials don't expect tourists to stay away from New York after a doctor was diagnosed with Ebola.
Travel-related shares were mixed after N.Y. officials confirmed the state's first case of the Ebola virus, but losses were capped by upbeat earnings.
Ford CEO Mark Fields says the company is considering a Tesla-style high performance electric vehicle, USA Today reports.
New Yorkers seemed to take news of the city's first case of Ebola in stride by going about business as usual.
A high school shooting in Marysville, Washington left at least two dead with multiple reports of other injuries.
Any underperforming company can come under attack from activists. Hedge funds ponder whether Amazon is next.