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Seema Mody gives us a special report on the changing travel industry where a softening U.S. economy and a slowdown in China has put travelers on notice, especially impacting the hospitality industry.
The European planemaker Airbus upped its estimate for the number of new aircraft needed over the next 20 years, while at the same time lowering its prediction for the number of planes that will serve the skies.
Cadillac used Instagram to unveil new models of the 2020 CT4, a subcompact sedan the brand hopes will assist in attracting a younger, sportier demographic.
California has now passed a landmark bill requiring contract workers to be identified as employees which greatly impacts a ride sharing company like Uber. Deirdre Bosa reports from San Francisco.
Airbus SE wants to know everything passengers are consuming on board — from coffee to movies, even toilet paper.
An American Airlines mechanic has been arrested and charged with sabotaging an aircraft’s navigation system before a flight in July, forcing crew to abort takeoff from Miami, authorities said.
American Airlines’ operational struggles this year have forced it to pause plans to add more seats to aircraft as the carrier grapples with the Boeing 737 Max grounding and a protracted labor dispute.
United Airlines says it will be resuming its Boeing 737 Max aircraft in December presuming if the FAA cleares the planes are fixed and safe to fly. Phil LeBeau reports.
United Airlines on Friday said it doesn’t plan to fly the Boeing 737 Max until Dec. 19, more than a month later than previously expected, as the worldwide grounding of the jets, approaches the six-month mark and flight cancellations pile up during the holiday season.
Mobile Passport lets travelers clear U.S. immigration by submitting documents via a smartphone or tablet before arrival at checkpoints.
If you’re heading out on an end-of-summer road trip this Labor Day, you might find yourself spending less on fuel and more on food and fun.
That’s thanks to what may be the lowest average nationwide gasoline rates for this holiday weekend in three years, according to AAA.
United Airlines frequent flyers can procrastinate even more when it comes to using their miles. Starting Wednesday, they’ll no longer expire.
Seema Mody reports from Delaware where she gives us an exclusive access inside the newest modernized Acela train where Amtrak is trying to attract new travelers.
In case the suites and lobster at the front of the plane didn’t give it away, a new ranking shows how high-paying travelers rule the skies.
Southwest Airlines is expanding its footprint in Hawaii as the carrier grapples with the fallout from the grounded Boeing 737 by courting tourists with low fares from the West Coast.