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The Blackstone Group plans to reduce its ownership in SeaWorld to 25 percent. In December it was as high as 63 percent.
A new study from the Global Business Travel Association paints a profile of optimistic spending.
Lufthansa, Germany's largest airline, said it had canceled around 400 flights on Thursday due to a planned strike by public sector workers across the country.
One airline has a flight that has been late 293 times in a row, the Telegraph reports.
Arnold Donald, Carnival CEO, discusses the new innovations his company is employing to drive demand and increase guest experience. Donald also weighs in on Carnival's first quarter earnings beat.
The Park Hyatt Washington, D.C. will offer lodgings with a very Americana twist through August.
The museum at the site of the World Trade Center will open to the public in May, officials announced today.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why the $10 billion plus valuation of the privately held Airbnb is revolutionizing the travel and lodging business.
A new program with Delta and LinkedIn pairs up-and-coming professionals with an innovator in their field for a free first-class trip.
Museums are trying new ways of doing business, such as eliminating admission fees in exchange for personal information.
Travel + Leisure Magazine's Sarah Spagnolo says things are getting tougher for the consumer flyer and frustration is rising.
SeaWorld on Friday kicks off a series of events to mark its 50th anniversary, The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Casino companies' latest projects are tapping Asia's furthest corners, but bullish forecasts are relying on Chinese tourists' wandering feet.
Two dozen writers will get tickets to ride the rails for free, but some are concerned that it's more about marketing than the arts.
The captain of Cunard's 151,200-ton ocean liner agreed to a rather unusual photo shoot off the coast of Bali.
Taxicab companies across the country are asking why the new rideshare drivers aren't required to play by the same rules.
The FAA and Boeing have examined all of the systems for Boeing's 787 jets and concluded in its review the jets meet the intended high level of safety, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
AARP has entered the crowded online travel field, hoping to cater to retirees.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau provides insight into the January airlines report card.
As travelers demand more exotic technology, robots are hard to beat.
Luxe Nomad's Stephanie Chai tells CNBC why she took a leap of faith and started her own luxury travel business.
More countries will eventually report of Zika virus infection cases, says Dr. Philippe Guibert from International SOS (ISOS), Asia.
Republicans ready for South Carolina primary in the race to the White House; China confirms its first case of Zika; U.S. customs seize 2,400 made-in-China hoverboards, and Burger King announces new menu item. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
Janet Yellen returns to Capitol Hill for a second day of testimony, and the bond market is likely to fight her every word.
The US and India have held talks about conducting joint naval patrols that a US defense official said could include the disputed South China Sea.
Time Inc. also forecast revenue growth between 1 percent and 5 percent in 2016.