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  • Play where Ralphie and Randy lived in 'A Christmas Story'

    Play where Ralphie and Randy lived in 'A Christmas Story'
    The occasional car crawls down 11th Street, its driver and passengers looking for a parking space not too far from their destination, a nondescript residence that is becoming a popular tourist destination in a working-class Cleveland neighborhood....
  • Spending on business travel expected to slow in 2012

     
    While spending on business travel has surged this year, anxiety over an uncertain economic climate is expected to slow travel spending in 2012. That is the forecast from the Global Business Travel Assn., a Virginia-based trade group for business travel......
  • Orbitz fined $60,000 for failing to disclose taxes and fees [Updated]

     
    Orbiz has been fined $60,000 for violating federal laws that require travel sites to clearly disclose taxes and fees on airfares....
  • Airlines worldwide expected to collect $32.5 billion in fees in 2011

     
    The worldwide airline industry is expected to collect $32.5 billion in fees for checked bags, onboard entertainment and other extras this year, a 44% increase over 2010. The projection for a huge revenue increase came in an annual estimate released......
  • Airline industry continues to hire for now

     
    The U.S. airline industry has been on a hiring trend lately, but don't expect that to continue too much longer. For the ninth straight month, the airline industry has added full-time employees, with employment numbers for August up 2.8% over......
  • Leisure and business travel continue to grow

     
    Despite higher travel costs, the world's hotel industry continued to enjoy a higher pace of leisure and business bookings in October, according to an analysis of global data....
  • AT&T adds cell sites to serve LAX travelers

     
    Cellphone service: AT&T has activated three cell sites in the last month at Los Angeles International Airport to serve air travelers....
  • Lawmakers and airlines square off over bag fees

     
    With the busy holiday travel season in full swing, federal lawmakers, passenger rights advocates and airlines are squaring off in Congress over one of the thorniest issues in flying today: baggage fees. But the bottom line is that you will......
  • American Airlines bankruptcy: 'Business as usual' for passengers

     
    The parent company for American Airlines, the nation's third largest carrier, filed for bankruptcy, citing high labor costs and a volatile economy. American Airlines, the largest carrier at Los Angeles International Airport, sought to assure passengers...
  • Southwest Airlines sued over drink coupons

     
    An Illinois man who said Southwest Airlines rewarded him with at least 45 drink coupons for buying premium-priced "Business Select" tickets is suing the airline, saying it now refuses to honor the coupons....
  • Americans get less vacation, still don't use it all, study says

     
    American workers expect to receive less vacation time in 2011 than the previous year but still won't use all of their allotted time off, according to a study on vacation habits by the travel website Expedia.com. The main reason given:......