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U.S. travel to Cuba may be more expensive than many might expect. The New York Posts reports.
While you may not get a plane ticket or first-class seats, there are some alternative travel-related gifts that family and friends may like.
Travelers may find themselves sifting through air perk changes that may either keep them on board—or make them jump ship.
Frequent travelers, take heart: the time of the year is here that marks the perfect opportunity to take stock of accumulated points.
KLM is partnering with Airbnb for a contest to win the chance to spend a night in an "aircraft loft" in Amsterdam.
A rear door fell off Bono's private plane, a Learjet 60, while the plane was landing in Germany, USA Today reports.
We had a very good quarter, says Michael Small, Gogo president & CEO, discussing the company's outlook now that AT&T announced it is pulling out of the in-flight Wi-Fi market.
Here's a quick tour of The Quantum of the Seas, including a vertical wind tunnel, robot bartenders and a passenger capsule 300 feet above sea level.
Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson discusses the U.S. and China's decision to issue travel and business visas that will be good for up to 10 years.
Criminals are using hotel Wi-Fi networks to hack executives' computers to gain access to sensitive corporate information.
Earlybirds can get some of the best ski values this year, including annual passes and daily lift tickets.
If you know where to look, some airports offer free shoe shines, public gardens, spa deals and time-saving bargains.
South Korean bosses are among the stingiest when it comes to allowing their employees time off, Expedia's 2014 Vacation Deprivation Study found.
Robin Hayes has heard investors' calls for JetBlue to increase its ancillary revenues, but he needs to be careful not to damage JetBlue's image.
Two aviation disasters put Malaysia's tourism sector at risk earlier this year, but latest data suggest the country may be more resilient than many had expected.
Priceline President & CEO Darren Huston, provides insight to strong third quarter profits. "We're always fighting the law of large numbers, but the fundamental business is very strong," he says.
Michael O'Leary CEO of Ryanair, discusses the launch of Ryanair Labs which lets users book holiday packages through the airline's website. O'Leary dubbed it the "Amazon for the travel industry".
Sam Shank, founder and CEO of HotelTonight, discusses how the company competes in the highly competitive booking app space.
'Poshtels' and 'braggies' are just some of the trends to shape the global travel market over the next year, a new report has found.
Hopes abound that mom-and-pop gamblers will sweep into Macau and save the day, but it isn't clear they can replace the VIPs who are staying away.
Everyone agrees that the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports slowdown is bad, but it's hard to tell who's to blame.
When a JetBlue flight began its descent on Sunday, its warning system alerted pilots about a small plane approaching it.
A record total of nine models sold during the 2011 model-year have had a driver death rate of zero, NBC News reports.
The NWS failed to staff an elite team of emergency forecasters and it cost NYC an estimated $200 million, NBC New reports.
DNA evidence suggests significant chunks of humanity may carry genes from a handful of powerful men like Genghis Khan.
Credit card data isn't anonymous, a new MIT study says. Customers can be identified with about 90 percent accuracy by just four purchases.