New Orleans cracks down on influx of Airbnb-style short-term rentals with new restrictions
New Orleans is once again attempting to crack down on the city's influx of Airbnb-style short-term rentals by adopting new regulations limiting owners to one property per block.
Former Obama official died after pilot of Bombardier jet flipped switch, plane 'abruptly pitched up'
The National Transportation Safety Board said a former Obama-era official on a business jet was fatally injured after the aircraft "abruptly pitched up."
Inflation pushing Americans to choose cruses over housing communities
Life at Sea Cruises managing director Mike Petterson discusses the demand for a three-year voyage offering passengers a chance to see the world while working remotely on 'The Claman Countdown.'
FAA lays out additional steps for air traffic controllers after 'too many close calls'
The Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Air Traffic Organization announced additional steps it's taking to ensure the aviation system is safe following a string of close calls.
Traveling with a pet? TSA advises the best way to get through airport security
The Transportation Security Administration last week reiterated the proper procedure for fliers going through security checkpoints with small pets.
Florida lawmaker warns over Miami Beach spring break violence: ‘Will not be tolerated'
Florida Rep. Anna Paulina Luna provides an update after Miami Beach implements a spring break curfew – and looks at extending it – after two fatal shootings.
Delta launches pilot program to train next generation of aviators
Delta Air Lines is launching a program intended to train the next generation of pilots. This comes amid a time when the industry has been working around the clock to train pilots.
Teenager dies after defibrillator on American Airlines flight wasn't charged, lawsuit alleges
A mother has filed a lawsuit against American Airlines claiming her son died last June after he became unconscious and the automatic external defibrillator on his flight was not charged.
Federal Reserve is 'in a tight spot' ahead of meeting: Ben Levisohn
Ben Levisohn, Carleton English and Kristen Bellstrom discuss the impact on investments and savings from the bank crisis, how a TikTok ban would affect the tech industry as well as high vacation prices.
Royal Caribbean shares slide following refund fiasco
Royal Caribbean was forced to offer refunds after it said there was an error with its online package booking system that allowed guests to purchase a product that wasn't available.
First major US railroad merger in decades will go forward
Federal regulators approved Canadian Pacific’s $31 billion acquisition of Kansas City Southern late Wednesday morning following a years-long review process.
Southwest Airlines plans further measures to prevent another winter operations meltdown
Southwest Airlines plans to boost staff levels and add to its fleet of de-icing trucks during the winter months as the company takes steps to prevent another holiday meltdown.
Delta Air Lines plane goes off Syracuse airport taxiway
A Delta Air Lines plane went off a taxiway early Tuesday morning at New York's Syracuse Hancock International Airport. No one was injured in the incident.
Biden admin urges Congress to ban family seating fees on airlines
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg urged Congress to pass legislation that would bar airlines from charging families to sit together, also known as "junk fees."
American Airlines flight to Salt Lake City diverted after possible lightning strike: 'Very worried'
An American Airlines flight was diverted on Friday following a possible lighting strike. The plane had been flying from Phoenix to Salt Lake City and was diverted to Boise.
February jobs report driven by surge of hiring at restaurants, bars
The February jobs report showed that payrolls increased by 311,000 workers last month, faster than expected, as bars and restaurants hired more workers.
This cruise line can’t turn you down
Norwegian Cruise Line says it can trim marketing spending while maintaining the momentum it has gained as passengers return to cruises in the post-pandemic era.
JetBlue flying NYC to Paris nonstop starting in late June
In a few months, JetBlue Airways' nonstop New York City to Paris flight will start running, the low-cost carrier announced on Tuesday. It first said in November the route was coming.
Princess Cruises says norovirus is 'likely' source of ship outbreak
Over 280 passengers and 34 crew members fell ill on a cruise operated by Princess Cruises and were "likely" infected with norovirus, the company said in a statement.
Delta Airlines sends woman 13 brand-new pieces of luggage after destroying her bag
Peyton Rochefort took to TikTok after thirteen new pieces of luggage showed up at her door after Delta Airlines accidentally destroyed her luggage. (@gisele_rochefort/BON VOYAGED /TMX)