They may not be on your radar just yet, but these 10 airlines are gobbling up every new aircraft Airbus and Boeing can throw at them.
Just what exactly does it mean when Frontier Airlines says it’s transitioning into an “ultra-low-cost” carrier?
Global telecommunications companies will earn $57 billion in roaming charges this year -- but they don't have to.
Last year was the best for airline performance in a quarter of a century, but that doesn’t mean it’s an entirely rosy picture.
Armed with a Web-based toolkit of Skype, Google Docs and social media, a growing number of professionals are ditching the office for life on the road.
If a $10 transatlantic flight sounds too good to be true, it might just be.
If you want to help the U.S. economy (not to mention your own personal health), you’ll use all of your paid time off.
If the check-in desk concierge already knows your name and what type of food you enjoy before you open your mouth, don’t be alarmed.
Passenger demand for Asia-Pacific airlines was high last year, but not as high as 2 other regions where demand soared.
The airport that ushers the most passengers to and from the U.S. is not in Mexico or Canada. It's on the far side of the Atlantic.
Starwood's vision for the future of hotels: "No more lines, visits to the front desk, swiped credit cards or even keys."
International tourist arrivals surged 5 percent last year, far exceeding the U.N. World Tourism Organization's 2013 forecast.
Business travel finished 2013 with stronger-than-expected growth and, according to a new report from GBTA, 2014 will be even rosier.
Last year was the safest ever for air travel, but there's a stark divide between top-tier carriers and their underperforming counterparts.
New York City welcomed a record 54.3 million visitors in 2013, and the hotel industry is racing to keep up with the demand.
From a single passenger in 1914 to more than 8 million a day in 2014, commercial air travel has come a long way in its first century.
Rising profits from sales of its jetliners have helped the company declare additional dividends and a record share-buyback program.
These seven startups that hit the Web in 2013 are revolutionizing the way we think about travel.
Taxes levied specifically on travel-related services increased the total tax bill for visitors by a whopping 58 percent in 2013.
Las Vegas Sands will tap the star power of David Beckham to boost growth and develop dining, retail and leisure concepts in the Far East.
A U.S. travel industry group warns that airports could see congestion on par with the day before Thanksgiving once a week within a decade.
Critics of a new FCC proposal to allow in-flight calls say there's “no demand from passengers and no demand from airlines."
Bad weather forced the cancellation of the inaugural day's flight displays, but some airplanes are impressive even parked.
Hate that you can't make calls and text on airplanes? One company hopes to change that -- but only if the airlines allow it.
What’s a “PANK”? How about a “microstay”? These are but two of many new travel trends you can expect in 2014.
The FAA finally eased its strict rules on in-flight electronics, but what exactly does that mean for passengers and when will it happen?
U.S. airlines earned nearly $3.5 billion in fees from checked-in bags in 2012, up from $464 million in 2007.
Europe received 20 million more arrivals in the first eight months of 2013 than it did in 2012. Here's where they're coming from.
Young business travelers are tech-obsessed and will gladly charge expensive meals and airline upgrades to their company account.
What passport you hold says a lot more than you may realize about your access to the world.