Analyzing five key risk factors, a team of travel experts evaluated which U.S. cities are best equipped for hosting business travelers.
If you travel 10 out of 20 days for business, you live and pray for on-time flights and light traffic. Here are the top five most productive cities for business travelers.
Hotel brands are rejiggering the classic guest experience to match the tastes and expectations of today's wired and road-weary travelers.
The U.S. partially reversed its travel ban, deciding fiancés would be considered close family members and were allowed to enter the country.
Hotels are redesigning their layouts by letting go of the desk and the closet, and adding more wall outlets and shared workspaces.
Stephen Schwarzman, co-founder and CEO of Blackstone Group, has created the Schwarzman Scholars program that aims to gather, educate and influence the next generation of global leaders.
Qatar Airways will be adding luxury suites to its Boeing jets, USA Today reports.
If you're using plastic to finance your getaway, you're racking up an average of $1,108 for a little rest and relaxation.
Qatar Airways was tabbed as the world's best airline in 2017 in an annual award list, USA Today reports.
Travel managers are increasingly expected to deal with issues at border crossing and legalities of data searches, N.Y. Times reports.
Air travel could get a speed boost in just a few years as Boom Technology aims to reintroduce supersonic flight travel.
Hypersonic jets could be used in commercial flight in the next decade, Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg says.
Airlines, hotel companies and cruise lines are bracing for President Donald Trump's announcement on his Cuba policy.
Even the Trump organization recently announced a boutique hotel brand coming to Cleveland, Miss., N.Y. Times reports.
Some travelers use packing apps to ease the stress and stay organized, N.Y. Times reports.
Full planes, and the extra fees airlines charge for pre-selecting a seat, makes it tough for families to get airplane seats together.
Christopher Nassetta, Hilton Worldwide CEO, speaks with CNBC's Susan Li about the competition in the hospitality space including that from sharing economy players like Airbnb.
Christopher Nassett, Hilton Worldwide CEO, speaks with CNBC's Susan Li about the impact of terror attacks on the travel market and President Trump's call for a travel ban.
To avoid thirdhand smoke, it's safer to ask for a non-smoking hotel floor, USA Today reports.
London's Heathrow Airport said Monday disruptions to British Airways flights from the airport continued following a global computer system failure, but the airline said it planned to operate its full long-haul schedule.