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United to start charging for its best coach seats (Extra legroom not included)

United Airlines this week will start charging passengers for "preferred seats," those near the front of the coach cabin. The move follows similar changes by rivals Delta and American.

Hundreds more flights in the Carolinas and Virginia canceled due to wintry storm

A large wintry storm that struck the Carolinas, Virginia and other parts of the Southeast prompts airlines to cancel more than 1,400 flights. Carriers waive change fees for passengers traveling to and

Delta Air Lines starts offering bare-bones basic economy award tickets to frequent flyers

Delta's domestic basic economy tickets don't allow passengers to make changes to their tickets or select a seat ahead of time.

Southwest Airlines flight overruns runway in Burbank

A Southwest Airlines flight overran the runway in at Hollywood Burbank Airport on Thursday, a slide that was broken by a collapsible runway safety feature. No injures were reported, the airline said.

Royal Air Maroc to join Oneworld airline alliance, giving group a foothold in Africa

Royal Air Maroc, the flag carrier of Morocco, has a fleet of 55 planes and serves 94 destinations — tiny compared with several of the Oneworld members. Its addition, however, gives the airline

TripAdvisor just revealed its list of the world's best restaurants — and only two are in the US

Travel review website TripAdvisor has published its list of the world's best fine-dining restaurants, with European eateries doing better than those in the U.S.

The 10 best neighborhoods for retirees in America

When it comes to living the lifestyle they imagined, today's retirees spend a lot of time worrying about how they will afford their golden years.

United launches new 'premium economy' class between coach and business for long flights

United Airlines on Monday started selling seats aboard its new premium economy class, a new section between coach and business on some of the airline's longest flights. Airlines around the world

This Christmas, vacation in style: Surfing Santas, shop with Dior or take in a $13K ocean view

With the sheer number of hotels and resorts offering quirky, cool and over-the-top vacation specials, there's no need to stay home for the holidays.

United inks deal with Avianca, Copa to expand footprint in Latin America

United Airlines, the third-largest U.S. carrier, reached a long-sought joint venture deal with Colombia-based Avianca, and Panama's Copa Holdings, in an effort to expand its footprint in Latin

Marriott breach: Here's the risk of a compromised passport number

Experts say it's unusual to see passport numbers compromised as part of a data breach. Here's what that could mean, and how to protect your financial information.

Marriott data breach has been four years in the making, say experts

Dave Weinstein, VP of threats research at Claroty, and Kate Fazzini, CNBC technology reporter, joins CNBC's "Power Lunch" to discuss breech that left 500 million Marriott customers' personal

Goodbye bellboy. Robots will check you in and carry your luggage at smart hotels of the future

Smart hotels of the future in China will use robots to carry luggage, facial recognition for easier check-ins, and use smart keys on phones to turn on air conditioning, says an expert at one of

US budget airline veteran to buy stake in struggling WOW Air after Icelandair abandons deal

Indigo Partners, the private equity firm that owns Frontier Airlines and other discount carriers, says it will buy a stake in WOW Air, an ailing Icelandic budget airline. The announcement came hours

Icelandair scraps plan to buy struggling rival WOW Air

Icelandair's decision calls into question WOW Air's future. WOW Air had expanded with no-frills fares across the Atlantic in recent years but struggled, particularly after fuel prices rose.

Ctrip CEO on collaboration with UK's Skyscanner

Jane Sun, CEO of Ctrip, says her company made a "very good" investment into U.K. website Skyscanner.

Travel booming thanks to strong economy, says IHG Americas CEO

Elie Maalouf, InterContinental Hotels Group CEO of the Americas, joins "Power Lunch" to discuss how low unemployment and rising wages are contributing to more travel.

Airbnb poaches another Amazon exec to be its CFO

After a search that lasted nearly 10 months, Airbnb has hired Dave Stephenson as CFO. Stephenson spent over 17 years at Amazon, most recently as VP and CFO of Amazon's Worldwide Consumer Organization,

Midwest snowstorm disrupts post-holiday travel

CNBC's Becky Quick reports on the disruptions travelers faced as they headed home post the Thanksgiving holiday.

Snowstorm grounds more than 1,000 flights, snarling post-Thanksgiving travel

A snowstorm grounded hundreds of flights across the Midwest, snarling post-Thanksgiving air travel with delays and cancellations that spilled over into the workweek.