Curtis "Bob" Burns, the man who began the TSA's wildly popular Instagram account, has died at age 48. Burns' career started in Cincinnati as a baggage handler in 2002, and he started the agency's Instagram account in 2013.
For the first time in seven years, Ford is producing Ranger pickups in the U.S. The new Ranger will be bigger and offer a four-door configuration, and have a starting price of $24,300.
It's not even Halloween, yet this is the best time to start planning for Christmas.
Nagoya's Chubu Centrair International Airport in Japan built a multi-story "Flight of Dreams" aviation attraction and commercial complex around it.
Brazil's largest airline, Gol is set to launch flights to the U.S. next month and says it won't offer middle seats in its premium section.
Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker says he is still interested in investing in a U.S. airline after the carrier was rebuffed by American Airlines, and that he is considering leaving the Oneworld alliance, of which American was a founding member.
Virgin Hyperloop One, one of the bold plans for the new form of high-speed transportation, took a big step this week in the search for a real-world test case — in Missouri, smack dab in the middle of America's heartland.
Hubert Viriot of Yotel says tourism is showing "exceptionally healthy numbers" across the world, and neither Brexit nor the strong U.S. dollar has affected business.
Today, Mumbai is India's economic powerhouse and the birthplace of Bollywood, helping the country become the world's leading film market.
RV manufacturer Winnebago reported better-than-expected Q4 earnings, despite a year downturn. The company's CFO said that aluminum and steel prices are squeezing margins. Winnebago has had to increase prices to offset some of the cost.
United Airlines has no plans to change its ban on carry-on bags that fit in the overhead bin for travelers on its cheapest tickets.
Frantic but functional, Mumbai is India’s economic powerhouse. Located on the country's west coast, it's home to about 21 million people living in the fast lane. CNBC's Tom Chitty explores the nation's most populous city on the first stop of his journey through India.
Some of the most popular U.S. cities for tourists also happen to be the most expensive.
United shares surged Wednesday after the third-largest U.S. carrier raised its profit outlook for the year on higher fuel costs.
United's net income during the third quarter, which included the peak summer travel season, surged 29.6 percent from a year ago on strong travel demand and higher airfares.
Retirees who love beach life and high culture can get both in these five foreign cities.
Indian weddings are known for their opulence, customs and traditions that are celebrated over several days. Now, tourists from outside the country can experience the nuptials for themselves.
Scott Donnelly, Textron chairman and CEO, speaks to CNBC's Phil LeBeau about the deal with NetJets and the corporate jet industry.
With a recorded history two millennia old, India hosts more than 70 percent of the Himalayas, has a 7,500 km (4660 miles) coastline and is home to the iconic Taj Mahal, to name a few of its attractions.
A few committed foodies are making sure tourists discover one of India's best kept secrets: its culinary heritage.
With increasing airline baggage fees, business travelers are turning to online shipping services.
RV sales continue to grow and have brought new, unexpected customers into the fold: millennials.
An inside look at private jet travel and how upstarts NetJets and Jettly give business travelers more options.