The Dublin-based company hopes having a business class will allow it to capture three-fourths of all work travel between in its two biggest markets.» Read More
Enjoying breakfast in bed or a late-night snack at New York's largest hotel will soon require that you first trek to the lobby for grab and go items.
TSA has finished removing all X-ray technology at airports that produced "Gumby"-like snapshots of passengers. The "virtual nudes" angered many travelers and privacy advocates.
Road warriors who own a small business have a new way to rack up reward miles under United's new Small Business Network program, a first by any U.S. airline.
Who knew posting on Facebook or tweeting often could get you VIP treatment at the airport? American Airlines and Klout are offering complimentary day passes if you "measure up."
If you're looking for the airline where you'll have the best chance of cashing in frequent flier miles, you're best odds are with value airlines.
Wish to catch a snooze at the airport? Abu Dhabi Airport has just the solution with new "GoSleep" pods, where chairs with sliding shades convert into an egg-shaped cocoon.
Average U.S. airfares dropped in the fourth quarter of 2012—by a whopping $1—but are still a relative bargain compared to average consumer prices.
A new TSA boarding pass identifier helps steer qualified Delta, United and US Airways fliers to PreCheck fast lane airport security at 40 nationwide airports.
American Airlines and Delta matched a change fee hike on Thursday initiated by United on April 18, bringing the cost to change a domestic non-refundable ticket to $200.
If you're a VIP, super-elite or international first class flier on American, an exclusive Flagship Check-In area opened for you on Wednesday at New York's JFK Airport.
Hotels, airports and airlines are struggling to meet traveler demand for Wi-Fi. But with networks overloaded and passengers frustrated, how much will fliers pay to log on?
The latest details on flight delays, with CNBC's Hampton Pearson. And, Ray Neidl, Nexa Capital, provides insight on how sequester-induced furloughs are impacting the airline sector.
US Airways matched United's domestic change fee hike of $50, bringing the cost of changing reservations to $200 from $150. Other airlines are likely to follow, one analyst says.
The Obama administration on Wednesday backed a plan that would temporarily eliminate spending cuts disrupting U.S. air travel, while lawmakers in Washington scrambled to avoid blame.
Want to send a cocktail to that attractive passenger across the aisle? Virgin America has the answer with a new seat-to-seat drink or meal delivery feature.
The company quietly raised the change fee on most non-refundable airfares last week. Will other airlines match the fee hike for changing flights?
It was a tough start to the week for many air travelers as federal budget cuts led to cascading delays along the East Coast Monday morning.
Transportation in and around Boston was on lockdown Friday amid the marathon bombing manhunt. Train and bus services were halted, while Logan remained open under heightened security.
Certify's SpendSmart report shows the airlines, hotels and rental car agencies used most by North American business travelers.
The next time you're waiting to board your flight at LAX, don't be surprised to see furry friends roaming the terminal with bright red vests reading, "Pet Me!"
The Dublin-based company hopes having a business class will allow it to capture three-fourths of all work travel between in its two biggest markets.
This is a huge loss for Orbitz, says Henry Harteveldt, Atmosphere Research, sharing his thoughts on American Airlines pulling its airfare listings from the travel site.
American Airlines and US Airways are pulling flight listings from Orbitz after they were unable to reach agreement on a long-term contract.
While mortgage rates have teetered within a tight range, even a slight drop in interest rates was enough to boost mortgage applications.
Tiffany delivered earnings that surpassed analysts' expectations on Wednesday, and the retailer raised its full-year outlook.
Demand for hospital services also seemed to be declining, as patients were treated outside of hospitals, the NYT reports.