More than 37 million Americans will take to the roads and skies to kick off the summer season.
Here's your complete guide to exchanging currencies, paying with credit cards and making ATM withdrawals in Europe.
The new portal, "Amazon Destinations," helps consumers find hotel deals in Seattle, LA and New York.
Hopper.com's Consumer Airfare Index predicts that prices will drop 5.7 percent from 2014.
Airline seats have been a hot topic this week. At one airline, they're growing.
The low-cost carrier's offering is more popular with customers by almost 2-to-1 over that of Delta.
TSA PreCheck was a benefit of being a frequent traveler when it first launched. Not anymore.
The Family Travel Association offers guidance for traveling with children.
Hotels are offering promotions and discounts for guests who take selfies and post them to social media sites.
The dollar is sitting pretty right now. That means much of the world just got a whole lot cheaper.
All the digital tools you need to plan the perfect 11th-hour escape.
The search engine has partnered with Routehappy to offer the service.
It's the perfect time for Americans to cross the pond for a European vacation. Here's what you need to know.
A third of all boarding passes will be issued on mobile devices by 2019, a new study forecasts.
The Discover it Miles card is the newest travel rewards card not tied to a specific loyalty program.
Therapy dogs at airports around North American help calm harried travelers.
Our travel specialist Ismat took over @ibtimes to answer your questions about travel.
If you don't have a travel rewards credit card yet, sign up while the bonus offers are hot.
The promotion is running through March 31, 2015.
The Airports Council International surveyed more than 500,000 passengers to find out which airports are tops.
If you have to be stuck at an airport -- say, in a snowstorm -- you'd better hope it's one of these.
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Thomas Moyer allegedly offered 200 iPads worth $70,000 to the Santa Clara sheriff's office in order to score four concealed firearms licenses.