CNBC: Travel

Delta and United scrap airfare discounts for NRA members

Delta and United airlines have joined a growing list of companies to cut perks for members of the National Rifle Association or its related events.

3 'last chance' destinations drawing travelers worried about climate change

More travelers are looking at trips to these spots at risk for climate change problems.

Forgot about that joint? Las Vegas airport lets people dump pot

The containers were installed following a county ban on marijuana possession and advertising at McCarran Airport.

South Korea's new high-speed rail line is connecting the country

The new rail line connects South Korea’s capital to some of the country’s most remote villages.

TripAdvisor: We welcome Airbnb's competition

CNBC's Seema Mody reports on TripAdvisor announcing they welcome competition from Airbnb.

Airbnb expands lodging offerings in business revamp

CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports on Airbnb announcing new initiatives, including adding some hotels to its offerings.

Airbnb is overhauling its business to further take on the hotel and travel industries

Airbnb announced a program Thursday that will expand it into something like a full-fledged travel company.

We tested out this hotel robot (and it wasn't totally competent)

A robot now delivers items to guest rooms at a hotel in Singapore, but when CNBC visited it wasn't exactly smooth going.

Inspired by Lindsey Vonn? Here's how to score spring ski deals

Spring ski and snowboarding deals abound, if you can avoid the spring break crowds.

7 English-speaking and picture-perfect spots for retirement

A beachside requirement abroad doesn't have to require language lessons.

CEO on Priceline becoming Booking: 'It helps change the perception of what our overall company is'

CEO Glenn Fogel is betting that a change to the company's parent name will increase its brand awareness in the U.S.

Online travel giant Priceline Group changes name to Booking Holdings

Priceline is changing its name to Booking Holdings to reflect is growing focus on hotels, home rentals and other travel experiences.

Airline satisfaction dips as more Americans take to the sky

As a record number of people took to the skies last year, the airline industry found customer satisfaction edged lower.

Airbus A380 program could be 'sustainable' after Emirates purchase, top exec says

Emirates' A380 order gives Airbus the "potential now to have a sustainable program," a senior executive has told CNBC.

Emirates A380 order will secure the plane's future for another 10 years at least: Airbus

Didier Evrard, EVP head of programmes at Airbus, speaks about the future of the A380 aircraft.

We are confident that we have a market for the A350-1000: Airbus

Didier Evrard, EVP head of programmes at Airbus, speaks about the pricing of the A350-1000 aircraft.

We are determined to make sure illegal blockade is defeated: Qatar Airways CEO

Akbar Al-Baker discusses the blockade imposed on Qatar by Saudi Arabia and other countries in the region.

If oil price keeps rising we will have to pass costs on to passengers: Qatar Airways CEO

Akbar Al-Baker speaks about how the rising price of oil is impacting his business.

Luxury travel agencies are still growing — but watch out for the millennials

As travel bookings become ubiquitous digitally, one luxury travel firm is betting on growth in two categories.

Some airlines are marking milestones by marking up their airplanes with special designs

Like decorative or commemorative T-shirts, elaborate airplane paint are like giant ads that promote brands or occasions.