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Delta Air Lines' fleet of more than 50 Airbus A319 aircrafts fly domestic routes in the U.S. Find out which seats are best—and what to avoid.
Spirit Airlines launched a "Binders Full of Sales" airfare promotion, poking fun at Mitt Romney's viral comment from Tuesday's presidential debate.
Orbitz Worldwide on Tuesday awarded multiple "Best in Stay" hotel winners based on reviews from about 200,000 travelers. Did your favorite make the cut?
In a U.S. airline first, American Airlines now offers first and business class passengers the ability to reserve their meal selection in advance.
The U.S. spends the most on business travel, but new data suggests another country will soon lap American road warriors and take the top spot. Find out which one, and why.
Marriott Hotels has teamed with several airlines to offer thousands of bonus frequent flier miles with the purchase of hotel gift cards. Is your favorite airline participating?
What are some of the biggest areas of stress for business travelers? A new survey offers some insight.
From drunk passengers to serial bag reorganizers (you know who you are), George Hobica, founder of Airfarewatchdog.com, shares insights on what flight attendants think about customers.
The International Air Transport Association lifted its 2012 global outlook. But what about headwinds from Europe and China?
American said improperly installed clamps caused seats to pop loose on two planes during flights, and an inspection turned up others with the same problem. What's happening at the airline?
Frontier Airlines caused a stir when it announced travelers who don't book directly with the airline will pay higher fees. But do the best deals always come from travel agencies? The New York Times investigates.
Start-up Jumpjet has launched a new private jet service. The company is targeting frustrated premium travelers. Are you rich enough?
When it comes to hosting meetings and events, certain cities lead the pack, according to recent data. See where your favorite city ranked.
In a U.S. carrier first, American will issue tablets to flight attendants for use onboard to store passenger preferences and identify high-value customers. Cool or creepy?
A new "side-slip" airliner seat designed to cut boarding time in half may soon take to the skies. But will it be comfortable?
JetBlue says it will offer in-flight Wi-Fi to passengers beginning in early 2013. And the service will initially be free.
Finding affordable, convenient flights for holiday travel means shopping now, says a leading airfare analyst. Some tips for locating the best deals.
Signs are pointing to a slow rebound in luxury travel, even for businesses. See where hotel properties are expanding.
American canceled more flights than any other airline on Sunday and Monday, according to flight-tracking services. What's happening at the struggling carrier?
Delta Air Lines is expanding its popular recharging stations at airport departure gates to more locations. Find out where.
A guide that will help you if you're looking to use your smartphone while traveling abroad. Re/code reports.
Priceline Group names new chief executive officer of priceline.com, Paul J. Hennessy.
Lower oil usually boosts airline profits, but for AirAsia, the drop weighed Malaysia's ringgit, pushing the carrier into the red.
The House did not record enough votes to pass a bill that would have temporarily funded the Department of Homeland Security.
After bad bets on derivatives nearly sank AIG during the financial crisis, Bob Benmosche helped steer it to profitability.
Ira Rennert and his investment firm were ordered to pay $118.2 million after being found liable for looting a magnesium company.