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Beekeepers are moving millions of honeybees into apiaries at hotels and airports, with harvested honey showing up in food and other products.
If the FAA changes rules for electronic devices, the cabin crew may get stuck explaining why some devices are OK to use in-flight and others are not.
LAX unveils an 18,000 square-foot lounge that includes an open-air terrace with a water wall, fire pits and panoramic views of the Hollywood Hills.
It is not necessary, and while most flight attendants probably won't accept cash or gifts as a tip, a nice gesture can go a long way.
Wine lovers visiting the West Coast can buy cases directly from the wineries and Alaska Airlines will waive the baggage fees.
An FAA advisory panel is meeting this week and is expected to relax restrictions on in-flight device use as early as next year.
Airports are getting wise to the fact that travelers want a comfy place to sit. For a few extra bucks, these airports offer you a place to nap.
A pilot program will let bow hunters go after deer this season on acreage around Pittsburgh International.
Flights to Sin City makes the most money selling beverages of all domestic routes, according to GuestLogix.
Business travel has gotten a whole lot more interesting as hotel owners begin offering guest more exotic accommodations, reports CNBC's Becky Quick.
A growing number of airports are getting spiced up with visits from food trucks. Some airport cellphone lots are even offering car washing and auto detailing.
An industry survey of airline Wi-Fi users finds some of them want a connection so badly, they'd give up access to the lavatory to get it.
According to a report, some companies are actually paying executives to fly their own private jets and not only on business trips but on vacation too. They claim it's more convenient, safer and even saves the company money.
A study of mobile reliability and speed at 50 major U.S. airports found a wide range of quality. Verizon and AT&T were the clear winners on the data side, according to RootMetrics.
Airports have been upgrading their restaurant offerings to meet travelers' changing tastes. Food revenue at airports now ranks third in non-aeronautical revenue.
This year's finalists for best innovations for fliers include a dual-screen in-flight entertainment system for multitaskers and a "glass bottom jet" app.
The companies say they will remain independent, "but what it really means for travelers is, sadly, the loss of a credible competitor," one analyst said.
As airlines and airports compete for travelers, every amenity helps to lure their business. While free Wi-Fi is a great perk it can be hard to find at some airports.
As first-class gets more posh, economy-class fliers still get squeezed. Several designers are hoping to bring relief with wider seats, better ergonomics and more space.
The low-budget, amenity-rich Yotel hotel chain has announced plans for a 600-room property in Singapore and plans more locations in the United States and Europe.
The U.S. hasn't enacted a travel ban on Ebola-hit countries. That hasn't done much to quell the calls to do so.
Liberia's president called the mayor of Dallas to extend an apology for her country's role in transmitting Ebola to the U.S., according to a report.
Ebola has the potential to become "the definitive humanitarian disaster of our generation," Oxfam warned, according to a report in The Guardian.
Forty-three people were taken off Dallas' Ebola watch list, but Oklahoma officials barred several staff and students from schools.
Weakness in Europe has been the dominant driver behind the recent volatility in U.S. stock markets, Mary Callahan Erdoes said.
The NHTSA said on Monday that certain car owners should "act immediately" to replace defective Takata airbags, affecting 4.7 million vehicles.