Most Fuel-Efficient US Airlines
September 11 2013 5:49 AM EDT
There's a stark divided in the U.S. airline industry between the most and least fuel-efficient carriers.
The World’s Happiest Countries In 2013
September 10 2013 5:53 AM EDT
Nowhere on planet earth are people happier, a new U.N. report claims, than in one of its coldest corners: Scandinavia.
A Cure For Jet Lag Could Be On The Horizon
September 04 2013 5:51 AM EDT
Scientists could create a pill to cure jet lag after identifying the mechanism that limits our body clock's ability to adjust.
The World’s Most (And Least) Livable Cities In 2013
August 29 2013 6:12 AM EDT
American cities are nowhere to be found at the top of the 2013 list of the most livable cities in the world.
International Tourism Demand Surges Past Expectations
August 27 2013 6:02 AM EDT
The year is off to a terrific start for the global travel and tourism industry with higher-than-predicted growth of 5 percent.
‘Time Machine’ Uses Wall Street Techniques To Predict Hotel Rates
August 22 2013 5:42 AM EDT
TheSuitest is the first hotel comparison website to add a forecasting function, offering a glimpse into the future of room rates.
Frontier Airlines: The Next Ultra Low-Cost Carrier?
August 13 2013 5:47 AM EDT
The same equity firm that helped turn Spirit into a fee-heavy ultra low-cost carrier could do the same with Frontier Airlines.
Countries That Spend The Most On Business Travel
August 08 2013 5:52 AM EDT
Global spending on business travel is expected to reach $1.12 trillion this year, the GBTA BTI Outlook says.
JetBlue To Lure Business Travelers With In-Flight ‘Suites’
August 06 2013 6:06 AM EDT
JetBlue is adding lie-flat seats and private suites to lure a demographic that’s been largely absent from its fleet: business travelers.
What The Global Travel Alert Means For Everyday Travelers
August 04 2013 9:53 PM EDT
The U.S. State Department issued a worldwide travel alert for U.S. citizens Friday, but what exactly does that mean?
US Issues Global Travel Alert Over Al Qaeda Attack Threat
August 03 2013 9:10 AM EDT
The U.S. says al Qaeda chatter suggests terrorists are planning to attack American targets in the Middle East and North Africa.
Government Travel: Excessive Or Beneficial To US Economy?
July 29 2013 6:11 AM EDT
The top U.S. travel association has laid out a case for government travel spending amid a congressional push for more caps.
Business Travelers: Here’s Some Dietary Advice
July 19 2013 5:26 AM EDT
Business travelers face many obstacles to eating healthy, but that doesn’t make it impossible.
Crash Victims’ Families Secure New Aviation Standards
July 10 2013 9:36 PM EDT
FAA issued new pilot training standards Wednesday thanks to a tireless campaign from the Families of Continental Flight 3407.
Soon, An Electronic Bag Tag To Accompany Your Luggage
June 28 2013 8:16 AM EDT
People travelling by air could soon strike off one more annoying process from the hassle that modern-day air travel has become.
How US Airlines Stack Up On In-Flight Wi-Fi
June 26 2013 5:46 AM EDT
A new survey from Routehappy.com shows which U.S. airlines lead the way in terms of in-flight Wi-Fi capability.
Why The US Should Thank Those 'Annoying' Tourists
June 25 2013 10:36 AM EDT
The U.S. took in $129 billion in taxes - you read correctly - $129 billion - from revenue generated by the travel and tourism industry.
Why Americans Are Still Unsatisfied With Airlines
June 19 2013 5:45 AM EDT
Customer satisfaction with the airline industry is up, though it remains one of America's most reviled industries.
US Sets Arrival Record, Thanks To These 15 Countries
June 11 2013 5:45 AM EDT
Even with fewer European visitors, the U.S. set a record for overseas arrivals in 2012, thanks to travelers from Asia and Latin America.
How Ancillary Fees Have Changed The Airline Industry
June 07 2013 5:35 AM EDT
An increasing number of bag fees and upgrades helped global airlines attain an estimated $27.1 billion in ancillary revenue in 2012.