NBC's Kevin Tibbles reports more than 3,750 flights have been cancelled at Chicago O'Hare since Friday. The FAA wants to restore Chicago air traffic site by mid-October.» Read More
Australia's national carrier Qantas is set to commence the world's longest commercial air route today. CEO Alan Joyce tells CNBC's Matthew Taylor the significance of the move.
There are new inventions out there to solve some of the oldest problems for business travelers.
The setback is temporary, the company said, in a statement. It aims to relaunch "on or about Oct. 16."
Fewer than 10,000 workers could get the new minimum raise adopted by the Los Angeles City Council.
A fire the FAA's air traffic center in Chicago could cause travel delays at two of the busiest airports in the Midwest.
Ridesharing services Uber, Lyft and Sidecar are facing legal threats from Los Angeles and San Francisco. CNBC's Kate Rogers explains how the services may be violating California business law.
If passed, this bill can protect consumers' free speech online and prevent businesses from threatening legal action, reports NBC's Today Show.
Travelport president and CEO Gordon Wilson, discusses the company's plan for paying down remaining debt, saying the company has no debt due until 2021. Wilson also discusses where he sees the company in 5-10 years.
Workers at LA hotels would see their wages rise to $15.37 an hour under a measure given preliminary approval by city leaders.
Tired of two weeks vacation a year? Perhaps you should work for Virgin, where boss Richard Branson believes in offering unlimited time off.
The lawyer for a Florida developer who has offered $90 million for the former Revel Casino Hotel says multiple offers have been received for it, and an auction will be held Wednesday.
Malaysia Airlines can't seem to catch a break, as even Air France's nine-day old strike doesn't appear to be sending many passengers its way.
A Vietnamese airline is under fire for a purported ad campaign featuring women dressed in skimpy lingerie acting as cabin crew, according to a report.
Seth Kaplan, Airline Weekly managing partner, discusses his latest airline rankings and reveals who is at the top of the profit pack.
Fares were up more than 8 percent in the second quarter, and checked-bag fees continued to climb as well.
There are marketing gaffes and there are marketing tragedies.
Lufthansa is betting that customers will want to eat its meals even when they aren't flying, NBC News reports.
As hotels prices rise through fall, travelers are expected to hit the road, lured by new hotels, Ferrari driving packages and upgraded attractions.
Marriott Hotels is betting in the future you will take virtual vacations.
Busch Gardens removed some props from their Halloween attractions after people in Virginia complained about decapitated heads, the theme park said.
Wal-Mart says Tracy Morgan and other people in a vehicle struck from behind by a company truck on a New Jersey highway weren't wearing seatbelts.
NHTSA is looking into a petition alleging that older Toyota Corollas can accelerate unexpectedly at low speeds and cause crashes.
A campaign to encourage more people to tip housekeeping may provide an opening for more mandatory hotel fees.
In addition, CEO John Donahoe will step down as CEO of eBay once the split takes effect in 2015.
PayPal hasn't aged so gracefully, but eBay's decision to spin it off next year could give it renewed life. Re/code reports.
Vanguard and BlackRock could be prime destinations for assets that may flee Pimco in the wake of the sudden exit of Bill Gross.