PIERRE, S.D.— The South Dakota tourism industry is surging this year, spurred on by good weather, low gas prices and landmark events such as the 75th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, officials say. At the end of July, there were nearly $350 million in tourism taxable sales, which is more than 14 percent higher than the same period last year, according to information provided...» Read More
Brand USA is actively involved in Asian markets to tap into the "aspirational" nature of travel to the U.S., said Chris Thompson CEO of Brand USA.
The Friday start to the long holiday weekend is shaping up to be the busiest travel day of the summer, according to forecasts.
LAX Airport could get a transit link to the Metro as soon as 2022.
The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art aims to open in 2018, based on the personal collection of the "Star Wars" director.
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An app-only booking company has added keyless room entry and mobile check-in features for hotel guests.
Passengers at JFK, La Guardia, Newark and Stewart airports will soon get free Internet under a proposed contract.
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Why should kids have all the fun? Adults can now spend a week training to be an astronaut, pro poker player, rocker or zombie slayer.
Amid an ongoing rail strike, France's two biggest air traffic controllers' unions are calling for a six-day action.
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Competition to secure a private plane for the World Cup is heating up as Brazilian airports fill up.
If a carry-on bag fits in the sizer, but sticks out one inch, it may or may not be allowed. Rules aren't fair or clear, and things probably won't change.
The "Squawk Box" crew discuss the costs associated with Brazil's World Cup, and other sports news, with Patrick Rishe, Webster University economics professor and Forbes sports contributor.
No need to travel to Brazil to get in on the 2014 FIFA World Cup action.
The economy in Sin City continues to move away from gaming since the worst days of the Great Recession.
Hipmunk is finding a slightly younger user base by mixing nontraditional results in one place with tried-and-true airlines and hotels.