The CEOs of United and US Airways are meeting today, and merger talks may not be too far off. But despite obvious hurdles, including different labor unions and systems, Jeremy Hobson reports they may not have much choice.
New York State is introducing an enhanced drivers license which will double as a passport to Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean. The license is an attempt to make business travel more efficient. Alisa Roth reports.
The price of oil dropped this week to $127 a barrel, and there's reason to believe it may stay lower. Jeremy Hobson gets feedback from an oil analyst who says oil prices have traditionally been higher around Memorial Day.
Starting today, booking a trip with Disney Cruise Lines will cost an extra $8 a day, the latest fuel surcharge in the travel industry. Jeff Tyler reports the hike doesn't necessarily affect cruiser morale.
If you've ever flown on a holiday weekend, you've probably felt the pain of a flight delay. Alisa Roth explores how Americans wasted 320 million hours on delays last year and what can be done to solve the problem.
This holiday weekend Americans are going to be taking to the roads and the skies in large numbers. But some of us are getting a little more green-minded about how we travel for vacation. Christy George reports.
Reacting to higher fuel prices, American Airlines is retiring dozens of less fuel-efficient planes, laying off thousands of workers and charging passengers to check bags. Kai Ryssdal talks with former airline executive Howard Putnam about airlines' future.
Despite having a profitable year, British Airways' head Willie Walsh has denied himself a bonus due to the disappointing opening of Heathrow's Terminal 5. It may be awhile before another bonus, as Stephen Beard reports.