If you're taking a trip this summer, you're probably keeping a sharp eye on big expenses like airfares. But don't let a bunch of smaller ones derail your travel budget.
As part of a summer solstice flash sale, 20 hotels are offering discounted rates on reservations made for stays over the summer, and in some cases, until the end of the year.
United Airlines once again ranked dead-last in customer satisfaction. A recent picture depicting an unfortunate situation in an airplane lavatory gives us some idea why.
The Hilton Midtown, New York City's largest hotel, is getting rid of room service. But nobody should be shocked: It's part of a much bigger cost-cutting trend.
Germany is home to the world's best tippers, according travel website TripAdvisor. But Americans come in respectable second place.
The major surveys on air travelers' customer satisfaction are out, and even in a business known for delays, bad food and uncomfortable seats, U.S. carriers performed horribly.
Russia's FSB has accused a U.S. diplomat of being a CIA agent trying to recruit more spies for Uncle Sam. If their evidence is legit, double agent is a very high paying gig.
Forgotten credit card rewards points and frequent flyer miles can make a summer trip possible when you thought you might be stuck at home.
American Airlines is partnering with Klout to grant access to its exclusive Admirals Club to social media stars.
Summer is almost here, but before you pack up your bags for that big trip, keep in mind these additional airline fees. Even some discount carriers are getting into the act.
Southwest Airlines' profits dipped 40 percent last quarter, leading some to speculate that the airline may jettison its "bags fly free" policy in a bid to lift...
Congress has easily approved legislation ending furloughs of air traffic controllers that have delayed hundreds of flights daily.
The Senate moved quickly late on Thursday to end air traffic controller furloughs that were causing widespread airline flight delays related to federal spending cuts.
Travelers waited more than an hour for flights in New York and experienced delays at other U.S. airports on Sunday evening as furloughs of air traffic controllers began.
The public should expect flight delays as furloughs kick in Sunday for air traffic controllers, although effects may be felt unevenly from airport to airport, the FAA says.
The government said Thursday that 80.3 percent of flights by U.S. carriers arrived on time in January and February, down from last winter's record 84.9 percent.
Airline passenger complaints to the federal government surged by a fifth last year, even as some measures -- including on-time arrivals -- improved, according to a new report.
Travel booking giant Kayak.com just released a new study about travel trends, and the findings offer some good guidance for those planning their next getaway.
American Airlines is tired of passengers hauling bulky suitcases onto its planes, and it may be willing to entice them to quit with the promise of priority boarding.