Rewards programs are a great way to save money at retailers you frequent. Here's how to keep your loyalty cards organized so you can maximize your points.
More U.S. business travelers are expected to hit the road in 2014 and they'll be spending more for airfares, hotel rooms and car rentals, a report shows.
There's no place like home for the holidays. But finances can make that a real challenge. Here's how to tell your family you won't be home this holiday season.
The big U.S. airlines are taking out old, bulky seats in favor of so-called slimline models that allow for five or six more seats on each plane.
If you plan on flying anywhere over Thanksgiving or Christmas, now might be the best time to buy your tickets.
US Airways shareholders overwhelmingly approve a merger with American Airlines, moving the two carriers closer to creating the world's biggest airline.
Hidden fees can derail your travel budget, but so too can deceptively cheap rates, which may offer savings that are no more than marginal -- or even nonexistent.
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.
Higher fares are helping Southwest Airlines make more money than Wall Street expected, but the company says automatic federal spending cuts could hurt revenue in April.
US Airways posted a bigger adjusted first-quarter profit as it carried more passengers, and collected more from them.
Experts discuss the cheapest and best days to fly.
Experts discuss the best days and times to save on airfare.
United Airlines says it has a deal with union negotiators on a new labor contract with its own pilots and those from the former Continental Airlines -- an important step in creating a single workforce at the company, which underwent a merger in 2010.
The government can regulate airlines' "unfair and deceptive" advertising practices by requiring them to show consumers a total ticket price that includes taxes and fees in their ads, the U.S. Court of Appeals said Tuesday, rejecting an industry challenge.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with leaning on traditional travel portals for your trip booking needs, but you still can't assume that any given site is offering you the best possible deal. Let's go over a few of the things that Priceline, Travelocity, Expedia and Orbitz would probably prefer that you don't know.
Hurricane Irene's swath through the Caribbean this week probably left many of the no-longer paradise-bound wondering: Should I have taken out travel insurance? At the peak of hurricane season, even experts who usually shun the coverage say you should consider the policies.
Online travel portal Expedia began doing business in India almost two years ago, and is now scaling up operations there. By forming partnerships with local suppliers, Expedia hopes to jump to fourth place in the market in less than a year. Here's how it plans to go about it.
Airfares are still on the rise, and the experts don't expect them to descend any time soon. But if you're flexible, sociable and Web-savvy, you could still land a bargain deal on a flight this summer.
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As fuel prices rise, United Continental Holdings says it is scrapping plans to add flights this year and also plans to drop unprofitable routes.
Cathay's Tony Tyler explains that when airlines last raised fares in 2008, most travelers kept right on flying. But as Mideast upheavals send oil prices skyward and airlines hike fares again to compensate, the impact on the industry's bottom line could be quite different.
Crude oil prices are at a two-and-a-half-year high, and if prices edge up further -- and stay there for a period of time -- this would not only be...
Of all the industries that have achieved record profits recently, none have posted more remarkable results than the airline industry. For the first time in a decade, the industry is on a glide path to profitability -- but it's getting there by squeezing its customers.
Thousands of stuck holiday travelers are just the beginning: Airlines' new policy of pre-emptively canceling flights to avoid snowstorms is lowering their losses, but will likely leave many more passengers without a flight home in the future.
Airlines Industry 2011 Fares Expected To Climb, Profits to Plummet
Light crude oil prices have been climbing in the last few days, closing the week at $88.94 per barrel on the NYMEX.
For most college students, mid-November means cramming for finals and cranking out semester-end essays. But for those money-smart students who leave...
Flying home this holiday season could cost you a lot more than last year as increased demand pushes up air fares. A return ticket from Philadelphia to Orlando over Thanksgiving is 59% more expensive than in 2009, USA Today reported. A round trip from New York to San Francisco over Christmas will set you back 30% more than last year.