A key revenue metric for airlines remains a source of concern that will continue to drag on future earnings reports.
President Obama touted new regulations on the airline industry, USAToday reports.
London City Airport has reopened after no evidence found of a suspected chemical incident, which had prompted evacuation.
Four out of five Asian travelers now say travel is a necessity, not a luxury, according to Sabre.
Asian travelers are either explorers, followers, connectors or opportunists, according to Sabre's report on the world's largest travel market.
Rich shoppers shell out more of their money on pricey cars and luxury travel, but not as much on personal high-end goods.
Pacific Crest upgrades its rating on Expedia shares to overweight from sector weight.
Jim Cramer says airlines didn't rally because of good earnings. There was a much different reason behind it, and it could change the future of United.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the White House and Department of Transportation are rolling out new rules designed to protect travelers against selective posting of airfares and require refunds for delayed baggage.
Holger Jakobs, VP at Mövenpick, talks about the hospitality brand's Asian expansion and the surge in Chinese travelers.
Steve Hafner, CEO of Kayak, talks about how mobile provides the fare aggregator with greater amounts of data, as well as the company's AI push.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 5 ways to play the earnings winners and losers.
United Airlines is beginning to build momentum on its customer service and financial deliverables, CEO Oscar Munoz tells CNBC.
Oscar Munoz, United Airlines CEO, talks to CNBC's Phil LeBeau about the company's third quarter results, hiring Scott Kirby and defending its market share.
Accor's JO&JOE brand was designed around millennials to tap into changing consumer preferences, says Michael Issenberg, chairman & CEO at AccorHotels Asia.
"It's like going from driving a minivan to a luxury sports car," one pilot told us.
Start-ups tend to be based in Singapore and Indonesia, but Thailand and Vietnam are catching up, says Kuo-Yi Lim, managing partner at Monk's Hill Ventures.
Small start-ups either have to possess a specific niche or have global scale to compete in China, says Fritz Demopoulos, CEO at Queen's Road Capital.
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