Fares were up more than 8 percent in the second quarter, and checked-bag fees continued to climb as well.» Read More
Several airline passenger advocacy groups will testify before a Transportation Department advisory committee about airfares, fees and other top traveler gripes.
Delta joins the ranks of airlines testing the latest self-service automation likely to spread across airports worldwide — turnstile boarding gates.
American Airlines flies dedicated Boeing 767-200 aircraft on premium transcontinental routes between New York JFK and Los Angeles and San Francisco. Here are my picks for the best and worst seats.
Getting some shut eye during a lengthy wait at an airport can be more comfortable and priced right at airport pod hotels.
Orbitz has found Mac users tend to book more upscale hotels and often recommends such properties to those searching from Apple computers, according to a report.
A new survey reveals the top features passengers would like to see onboard an ultimate aircraft, no holds barred.
Purchasing an airline ticket means you agree to the terms of the airline's "contract of carriage." But many travelers don't realize these contracts are written in the airline's favor, limiting your rights when something goes wrong.
A new terminal is set to open Wednesday at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, adding 14 new gates, easing congestion and enabling future growth.
Mother Nature often causes flight delays and cancellations. Being proactive in getting reaccommodated using these tips can save you time in a lengthy customer service line at the airport.
Many hotels are offering trendier happy hours that build on the popularity of specialty beers, while others have their own exclusive crafts made from local ingredients.
Hotels are expanding their loyalty programs and making it easier to use points not only for rooms, but also on a wide array of experiences, merchandise and entertainment. Fighter jet ride, anyone?
The Transportation Security Administration's "PreCheck" expedited security screening program expanded to more airports and airlines this week.
Alaska Airlines quietly introduced new checked bag fees for some first class passengers, a first for any U.S. airline.
Many international airlines have started auctioning off upgrades in an attempt to fill empty business and first class seats. But some elite frequent flyers who normally get first dibs on those seats fear their benefits will be diluted.
As costs to offer free Wi-Fi increase and demand for bandwidth surges, more hotels are considering adding charges to satisfy guest expectations.
High-tech, faster airport security designed to identify travelers via fingerprints and iris scans may not be far off, the airline industry says. Obstacles, though, remain.
Many Kimpton Hotels offer a soothing and colorful pet companion when checking in. Guests can request a live goldfish to accompany them in their hotel room throughout their stay.
Young travelers are making up more of the business travel market. Their companies and the airlines, hotels and other travel-related businesses serving them are finding it necessary to adjust policies and communication practices.
The summer solstice hits tomorrow and you'll be treated to a free pair of Aviator sunglasses if you're checking in to one hotel brand on Wednesday.
More airlines are adding lie-flat seats in premium cabins, extra legroom seats in coach and enhancing Wi-Fi to attract higher spending road warriors.
United Continental will pay $215,000 to resolve claims that Continental discriminated against certain employees.
A bipartisan group of almost 80 U.S. lawmakers urged regulators not to end the ban on making mobile phone calls on commercial airline flights.
Fares were up more than 8 percent in the second quarter, and checked-bag fees continued to climb as well.
The U.S. manufacturing sector expanded in September, while employment levels among goods producers rose to a two-and-a-half-year high.
The Dow and S&P 500 should increase 5 percent from current levels by year's end, longtime market bull Thomas Lee tells CNBC.
Goldman Sachs has laid the groundwork to launch actively managed exchange-traded funds, the latest Wall Street bank to set its sights on the market.