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  • Eiffel Tower and apartments

    Millionaires are leaving Europe because of rising religious tension and concerns about the sluggish economy, a wealth analysis expert said.

  • Redefining luxury travel

    Zanadu CEO Zan Wu explains how virtual reality content can help tourists "visit" luxury holiday destinations before they make the booking.

  • Carnival CEO: Honored to be first to Cuba

    Arnold Donald, CEO & President of Carnival Corporation, talks with CNBC's Simon Hobbs about the company's earnings beat, being the first U.S. cruises to Cuba, and its virtual reality partnership with Samsung and AT&T.

  • The picture shows a tricycle with a mounted camera to capture images for Google Street in front of Damascus Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem on September 26, 2011. Street View, which was launched in 2006, lets users view panoramic street scenes on Google Maps and take a virtual 'walk' through cities such as New York, Paris or Hong Kong.

    The Silicon Valley-Israel tech connection has been building for decades, and finally there's a direct flight between the two.

  • The Shark Aquarium experience offered by Airbnb and Aquarium de Paris.

    Airbnb is offering thrill-seekers the chance to spend the night under the watchful eye of 35 sharp-toothed sharks.

  • Severe weather expected across much of the mid-west on March 30th, 2016.

    Blizzard conditions, high winds, flash flooding, large hail and tornadoes were among the hazards, NBC News reports.

  • Fancy a night with some sharp-toothed fish? Airbnb is offering three lucky individuals to win a one-night stay with a chosen guest at France’s Aquarium de Paris.

  • The next wave of consolidation for airlines

    Gordon Bethune, former Continental Airlines CEO, discusses Alaska Airlines and JetBlue both in bid interest for Virgin America according to reports.

  • In this Sunday, March 27, 2016, photo, Pavlof Volcano, one of Alaska’s most active volcanoes, erupts, sending a plume of volcanic ash into the air.

    Ash from Alaska's Pavlof Volcano is disrupting travel to and from airports across the state. How to proceed if your trip is affected.

  • Rock climbing in Yosemite National Park

    A new study pinpoints the cause of rockfalls in Yosemite National Park. USAToday reports.

  • EgyptAir passenger plane hijacked

    Some passengers have been released from the hijacked aircraft belonging to EgyptAir, which was diverted to Cyprus.

  • Michael Hayden, former CIA and NSA director.

    The EU may have to compromise on privacy protections in order to defeat terrorism, former CIA director Michael Hayden says.

  • Cans of Spam, by Hormel, are displayed on a shelf at Cal Mart grocery store in San Francisco.

    When its doors open on April 22, the Spam Museum will have varieties like teriyaki and macadamia nut that Austin hopes will boost visitors.

  • Q2 airline outlook

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on issues facing airlines in the second quarter.

  • An officer from the Transportation Security Administration checks travel documents for passengers traveling through Reagan National Airport.

    While it's impossible to value safety, how much would it cost to expand U.S. airport security to the level of other countries — and who would pay for it?

  • A woman does yoga at the Shangri-La's Villingili Resort and Spa Hotel in Male, Maldives.

    Rising numbers of female millionaires and billionaires around the world may help drive a rise in luxury health and wellness holidays.

  • A Denver-based company has revealed plans to produce a commercial supersonic plane. But it’s competing with NASA.

  • TSA agents

    The Brussels attacks represent a new terrorist strategy that will be challenging for law enforcement to tackle, former TSA official Chad Wolf says.

  • Will tourism suffer after Brussels attacks?

    Andrew Lobbenberg, head of the European transport team at HSBC Global Research, explains why terror attacks in Western Europe have a relatively short-lived impact on tourism and travel.

  • Terrorism's impact on airlines

    John Strickland, director of JLS Consulting, discusses the impact of the Brussels terror attacks on airlines and travel.

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