Archive Transportation: Leisure

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    This will be a key year for the electronic vehicle industry – and this blogger says the landscape at the end of 2012 is going to look quite different than it does now.

  • Costa Cruise Endures Another Negative Event

    Discussing the second incident in the last two months for Carnival's Costa Line and how this will impact the stock and overall cruise industry, with Kevin Milota, JPMorgan.

  • Clean Energy CEO: Fueling the Nation's Highways

    Andrew Littlefair, Clean Engergy Fuels CEO, discusses building out natural gas fueling stations along major U.S. trucking corridors, with Mad Money's Cramer.

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    The approval of a second bailout for Greece on Tuesday will bode well for Asian shipping companies, according to one analyst, who points out that Asian container shippers have a large amount of business with Europe.

  • Coal trains await unloading at Port Waratah Coal Services on April 12, 2007 in Newcastle, Australia.

    Rio Tinto is investing $518 million in driverless trains for its 1,500 kilometer (930 mile) Western Australian iron-ore rail network, increasing network capacity as the world no. 2 iron ore miner aims to boost output 60 percent by 2015.

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    While booming air travel in Asia has led to a rush of new aircraft orders, there is also a growing concern that financing this expansion may be difficult, especially for over-leveraged airlines given a global funding squeeze.

  • All Aboard! Trains, Planes &  Bombardier?

    Pierre Beaudoin, Bombardier CEO, discusses the company's $55 billion backlog, and his take on the transporation business, with Mad Money's Cramer.

  • The Singapore airshow is held every two years and is Asia's largest aerospace and defense event. Held at the Changi Exhibition Center next to Singapore's Changi airport, it brings together some of the world's biggest military, commercial and business aircraft manufacturers, who are seeking to tap Asia's high-growth market.In 2010, deals worth about $10 billion were signed at the event. This year too, major manufacturers have been showcasing some of their most important products.Click ahead for h

    The Singapore airshow is held every two years and is Asia's largest aerospace and defense event. Check out some highlights from the show.

  • “These pullbacks are temporary and not malignant,” the “Mad Money” host said.

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    Australia's top airline Qantas Airways posted a 51.5 percent fall in first-half underlying profit after a bitter industrial dispute and high fuel bills took their toll and said it planned job cuts to offset challenging conditions.

  • Airline Stocks Flying High

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau provides a closer look at which airline stocks are soaring this year.

  • Noted investor Dennis Gartman thinks investors should be ready to jump into shipping stocks.

  • An Air India aircraft prepares to land at the international airport in Mumbai

    Over the last decade, domestic air traffic in India has grown from 13 million people annually to an estimated 52 million in 2011, making it the fastest-growing passenger market among major economies. Yet India’s airline industry is losing money and in deep debt, with few solutions in sight.

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    Take the poll and let us know if you think airline service has gotten better, worse or remained the same.

  • When you think of aircraft, you usually imagine passenger planes, private jets or military aircraft. But what about planes that aren’t designed to only carry passengers? Planes that are created for specific functions like saving lives, construction, espionage, as well as those that will transform the way we travel in the future.We’ve put together a list of eight innovative aircraft — from old models to state-of-the-art. Each of them was specifically designed to perform a function or solve a prob

    When you think of aircraft, you usually imagine passenger planes, private jets or military aircraft. But what about planes that don't just carry passengers?Here are some uncommon aircraft with important functions.

  • 787 Glitch to Take Days to Fix: Boeing

    Randy Tinseth, Vice President of Marketing at Boeing Commercial Airplanes says the latest glitch with the 787 Dreamliner aircraft will take days, not weeks, to fix.

  • Tesla's Model X

    Electric car company Tesla has taken the wraps off of its first SUV, The Model X. Unveiling it Thursday night at the company's design studio in southern California, Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the Model X will "redefine the upscale SUV market."

  • The engine of the Airbus A380 at the Airbus plant in Hamburg on October 30, 2009.

    European air safety officials extended checks for Airbus A380 wing cracks to the entire superjumbo fleet on Wednesday and said the widespread defects could pose a safety risk if left unremedied.

  • This file photo taken on September 21, 2008 shows the first Qantas Airbus A380 passing the Qantas fleet at Sydney International Airport after two years of production delays and 200 million USD in compensation. Australian flag-carrier Qantas on August 19, 2009 posted an 88 percent drop in annual net profit to 96.6 million USD and unveiled a massive cost-cutting plan to counter the financial beating.

    Australia's Qantas Airways said on Wednesday it had grounded one its flagship Airbus A380 aircraft for up to a week after engineers found dozens of cracks in its wings during detailed inspections following a flight hit by turbulence.

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    Undeterred by the strong Aussie dollar Chinese are flocking to Australia, making up for the lack of Western tourists.