American Airlines canceled more than 1,000 flights today for safety checks on its planes, as part of the FAA's recent crackdown on airline safety. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports on how much these cancellations will cost airlines and travelers.
American Airlines became the latest Tuesday to cancel flights to inspect wiring so it complies with FAA regulations -- not for safety issues. Airlines are losing money from those canceled flights. Dan Grech reports.
Once again, Boeing is announcing a delay in delivery of the popular Dreamliner airbus. At least one airline is already talking about compensation for the delays. Stephen Beard discusses the repercussions.
Homeowners who took on subprime loans and can't make the adjusted high payments are facing foreclosures. But commentator Will Wilkinson says there's a bright side for other homeowners and those looking to buy.
Where are you planning to go on your next vacation? Orlando? Florida? How about Namibia? Gretchen Wilson reports why Namibia is becoming a great place to visit -- and not just for Brad Pitt and Anjolena Jolie.
The Energy Department's summer driving forecast, released today, says demand is expected to be lower this summer than last. But gas prices are expected to average above $3.60 a gallon. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Virgin Atlantic might soon do away with its specialty in-flight massage and beauty staff. Scott Jagow talks to reporter Angela Jameson about why the carrier budgets for 280 beauty therapists with a fleet of only 38 planes.