Lonely Planet snubs U.K.

May 12, 2011
The well-known travel guide recently released its Great Britain review, saying the country is not a good choice for cash-conscious or adventurous tourist.
Posted In: Travel

A look at air travel this summer

May 6, 2011
Summer travel season is nigh and exotic beaches are calling travelers. Learn what you can expect in terms of fares -- and where to find deals -- and if Congress' Passenger Bill of Rights really makes traveling easier.
Posted In: Airlines, Travel

American Airlines to offer streaming to personal devices

May 4, 2011
You'll be able to watch movies and TV shows on your phone or iPad streamed to you from the plane. Presumably, hopefully, these will be better than...
Posted In: Airlines, movies, Travel, tv

Japanese tourism lags

May 3, 2011
The earthquake in Japan has caused a drag on the planeloads of tourists the country sends to the U.S. every year.
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Pope's beatification draws fewer tourists than expected

Apr 27, 2011
Pope John Paul II is getting beatified by the Vatican this Sunday. And while the spring season is usually a busy one for Rome and Vatican City, the big event seems to be keeping regular tourists away.
Posted In: Travel

Japan quake threatens to undermine Hawaii's economic recovery

Mar 18, 2011
Japanese tourism is a big part of Hawaii's economy, and it looks to see a drop off of about 30 percent this spring.
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Building economies around air travel

Mar 10, 2011
Greg Lindsey, author of "Aerotropolis," talks about the significance of air travel in the future of the global economy.
Posted In: Airlines, Travel

Egypt hopes tourism will revive soon

Mar 1, 2011
Tourists are avoiding Egypt and the Middle East because of the recent turmoil. Egypt depends on tourism and needs to reverse that trend.
Posted In: Travel

Civil War anniversary to bring tourism dollars

Feb 19, 2011
Tourists already flock to Civil War historical sites, but the National Park Service and others hope to cash in on the war's 150th anniversary.
Posted In: Travel

Turmoil in Egypt could spill across the region

Feb 10, 2011
Jordan is one of the most oil-dependent countries in the Middle East. And the unrest in Egypt has many in Jordan worried that their already-expensive energy costs could rise even further. Stephen Beard reports from Amman.
Posted In: Oil, Travel