• World's 'most excellent' airlines are ...

    New Zealand Airlines Boeing

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    Its star-studded safety videos show the airline making happy customers of everyone from hulking sports stars to pocket-sized hobbits.

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  • China: Breastfeeding mom sparks online uproar

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    A photo of a woman nursing her baby in a crowded Beijing subway train has unleashed a furious -- and some say much needed -- debate over breastfeeding in public in China.

  • Ice, rain could create travel issues

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    Travelers and Black Friday shoppers, beware -- winter weather across the United States could hamper whatever plans you may have after the Thanksgiving holiday, according to the National Weather Service.

  • Airlines saved $11B on fuel last year

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    The nation's four top airlines have saved a combined $11.1 billion in fuel costs in the first nine months of 2015, according to their financial reports.

  • SpaceLiner concept jet could fly at Mach 25


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    London to Melbourne in 90 minutes? Paris to San Francisco in under an hour?

  • How airlines deal with in-flight medical emergencies

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    One in every 604 flights involves a reported medical emergency, according to a 2013 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

  • Thanksgiving travel: Long lines, tight security

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    The United States' busiest travel days of the year are likely to be even more complicated for travelers flying through U.S. airports.

    Security will be tight in the wake of terrorist attacks in Paris and the suspected bombing of a Russian passenger pl...

  • Americans jam the roads and the skies in record numbers

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    Crowded roads and airports aren't just for Thanksgiving anymore.

  • 'Social dining network' meets US Thanksgiving


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    Who would open their dining room to virtually everyone else -- to a wide world of strangers -- on Thanksgiving Day? Answer: A growing number of hosts and guests finding each other on VizEat.com.

  • Plane diverted as passengers act 'unruly'

    Southwest Airlines

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    A Southwest Airlines flight from Indianapolis to Los Angeles was diverted to Kansas City on Sunday morning because of suspicious behavior by some passengers, according to Kansas City airport officials.

    "We are characterizing (the behavior) as unruly,...

  • Chris Christie on flight where passenger was removed

    NJ Gov. Chris Christie

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    A United Airlines flight carrying New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was delayed Friday after a passenger was removed from the plane.

    A source with knowledge of the situation told CNN there is no indication that the passenger, who the source said was a ma...

  • Paris to visitors: It's safe here

    Paris bistro

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    Paris wants travelers to know it's safe and open for business.

  • Supersonic private jet to slash travel times

    AS2 Supersonic Private Jet

    Aerion Corp. via CNN

    When you absolutely, positively must eat breakfast in New York followed by lunch in London, there aren't currently that many options.

    That could soon change, as the first ever supersonic private jet takes a big step towards reality.

    Dubbed "son of Conc...

  • U.S. State Dept. to change passport policy



    For some frequent international travelers, they're a badge of honor.

  • Airport workers nationwide going on strike

    JFK Airport

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    Airport workers demanding $15 an hour have gone on strike at seven major airports in the U.S.

    The workers, mostly cabin and airport cleaners, were picketing Thursday morning at John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia airports in New York City, as well as airpor...

  • Honduras detains 5 Syrians over passports

    Honduras fake passports


    Honduran police Wednesday said they detained five Syrian men who traveled with fake passports to the Central American country's capital.

    "These citizens will be taken away and will be investigated. We already have confirmation that they had passports ...

  • Back to the bistro! Paris restaurants try to bounce back

    Paris bistro

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    French restaurateurs and cafe owners are banding together to get diners back in their doors following Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris.

  • American is changing how frequent flyers earn miles

    American Airlines

    American Airlines

    Racking up frequent flyer points with American Airlines will now be based on ticket prices instead of miles traveled, the company said Tuesday.

    American is the most heavily-used airline in the U.S., and it'll be the last major company to switch its lo...

  • 2 Air France flights diverted over security incidents

    Air France flight diverted to SLC

    Two Air France flights headed from the United States to Paris were diverted because of bomb threats, officials said.

    Both flights landed safely Tuesday night, and were searched and given the all-clear by Canadian and U.S. authorities.

    Flight 65, en r...

  • Passenger restrained during flight to Boston

    British Airways

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    An "unruly" passenger was restrained during a British Airways flight Tuesday from London to Boston's Logan International Airport, and police were asked to meet the plane upon landing, an airline spokeswoman said.

    Flight 213 landed at Logan on Tuesday ...

  • Tourism stocks take a hit after Paris attacks

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    Travel and tourism businesses will likely hurt a lot from the attacks in Paris.

  • French tourism set for short-term pain after Paris attacks

    The Louvre


    The French tourism sector could see a significant short-term hit as President Francois Hollande announced plans to introduce a state of emergency across the country for the next three months following the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris.

  • Travelers' plans in flux after Paris attacks

    Eiffel Tower


    Jessica Thon-Ralph was excited to show her 15-year-old son the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Louvre and other "supercool" landmarks during a trip to Paris next weekend.

  • Americans open homes to French travelers

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    Hundreds of Americans are offering their homes to French travelers who are stuck in the United States.

    In the aftermath of the Paris attacks Friday, airports in France remained open, though some airlines reported canceled flights.

    Americans have turne...

  • Hate lines at the airport? 3 ways to beat them

    Airport TSA security

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    It's the bane of the business traveler: having to wait in long airport lines to get through security or customs.


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