A broader base of employees are being waved past the velvet rope to enjoy premium-level support from their travel management companies. Gail Grimmett, president of Travel Leaders Luxury Brands, said corporate clients have been putting more of their people under her care. A company that...

Half of US travelers aged 20-36 regularly or occasionally stay in an Airbnb or another home-sharing accommodation, but less than one in four say it’s their preferred type of lodging, according to the 2018 Future of Millennial Travel Report. Full-service hotels are the top choice for...

Code-sharing, where one airline puts its flight number on another airline’s flight and sells it as its own, is growing more frustrating in many cases. The disconnects between connecting airlines have gotten more complicated as airlines unbundle services and create fees for things that used...

Millions of travelers pass through airports each day without understanding how powerful and insecure a boarding pass can be. Anyone can scan the boarding pass barcode with a mobile app, allowing access to frequent-flyer accounts and even a passenger's temporary airline account. The average airline...

A number of the country’s top carriers have announced rules that would limit the use of high-tech bags, over fear of potential battery combustion. American Airlines led the charge on the ban. The carrier noted a policy change that “Beginning Jan. 15, customers who travel...

The State Department launched a travel advisory system that informs and advises U.S. travelers about the level of risk in each country around the world. The department's new system also provides a mobile-friendly map that color-codes risk levels and displays the location and contact information...