A study analyzing billions of data points collected from online travel agencies shows when is the ideal time to book flights and hotels for busy summer weekends. As a general rule, the ideal time is a long time ago.
Avoid Portland, Orange County, Miami, and New York; go for Dallas and St. Louis instead. Roommates required.
Nearly 2.5 million travelers per day are expected to take to the skies this summer. It’s set to be a record season for the U.S. airline industry, which just came off its most profitable quarter of all time.
Internet on the plane doesn’t feel magical anymore, just slow and expensive. That could soon change.
The hospitality chain’s mobile app now operates as a kind of digital concierge. For when dialing zero for reception just seems too arduous.
A new report shows the cities where buying a home makes the most sense, and the cities where it doesn’t.
Once U.S.–Cuba relations warm up, the airline “will put as much supply as possible into the market and the most seats into the market,” an executive told BuzzFeed News. The company launches NYC–Havana flights in June.
In 2010, about 10% of visitors to Las Vegas were in their twenties, a number that rose to 17% in 2014. Outdoor music festivals deserve much of the credit.
Only one of America’s four largest hotel operators has ever mentioned the word “Airbnb” on an earnings call. And none of them have listed it as a competitor in New York, where all are struggling.
Reporting another quarter of declining revenue, the hotel giant announced cost-cutting plans, a complete redesign of its Sheraton brand, and the cancellation of its corporate jet lease.
Surveys show the flying experience is as miserable as it has ever been. But one bright spot for travelers is the terminal, where beer gardens and high-concept food are taking over.
On the company’s first-quarter 2015 earnings call Wednesday morning, it released another dismal sales and revenue report, and vague details about how it plans to fix things.
The fastest-growing segment of the hotel industry offers limited amenities and lower prices. Younger people and business travelers are flocking to them.
The hospitality giant is courting the youth vote with its new Tribute Portfolio brand of independent, “upper upscale” hotels. And thanks to a new advertising deal, you’ll probably see plenty of it in your Instagram feed.
Organizers are calling it the largest protest of underpaid workers ever. Here’s what’s happening from the center of the movement in New York City.
The 2015 Airline Quality Rating study shows 2014 was a year of more delays, lost bags, and headaches for U.S. air travelers.
A bunch of conferences, the Kentucky Derby, and the “once in a century” fight means the Las Vegas Strip is almost entirely booked out. And prices for the few rooms left are astronomical.
The 17-month old startup is using a model well-known in the travel industry, booking up rooms and then selling them on at a markup. But instead of beach resorts, it’s doing it on Airbnb.
What began as crashing on a stranger’s futon has become a industry-swallowing juggernaut. But as the service matures, more customers expect the fancy linens and amenities found at hotels — and a group of startups are emerging to provide just that.
Unions released an open letter criticizing the “abhorrent” policies at Emirates, Etihad Airways, and Qatar Airways, which include requiring female employees to get permission before marriage or pregnancy.