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American Airlines and Delta Airlines Boeing 737s taxi on the runway at San Francisco International Airport. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images American Airlines is courting international business travelers with priority treatment on the ground as the airline aims to bring in more revenue from the lucrative passengers. American is extending perks like free access to
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The U.S.–China trade war will not likely stop Chinese tourists from going overseas, according to an international hotelier who told CNBC that outbound Chinese travel is set to continue growing strongly. Relations between Washington and Beijing have been strained since early 2018, with both countries slapping sanctions on the other. Last week, President Donald Trump
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Pilots demonstrating for better working conditions people who fly planes for Amazon.com and Atlas Air Worldwide picket outside Amazon.com’s annual shareholders meeting, May 22, 2019, in Seattle, Washington. Ted S. Warren | AP Photo In the decade since the U.S. emerged from the recession, many industries, including airlines and automakers, have enjoyed a near uninterrupted
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21 Hours Ago CNBC gets an exclusive behind-the-scenes sneak-peek at Polaris’ 2020 off-road vehicle lineup during the company’s 65th Anniversary Dealer Day in Minneapolis. Chris Musso, President of Polaris Off-Road, gives our cameras never-before-granted access to the show and the fleet of next-generation performance and adventure vehicles soon to be revving their engines on an
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Western Canada Steve Smith | Tetra images | Getty Images Looking for some peace and quiet in retirement and willing to pay for the privilege? Try looking outside U.S. borders. We took the top 10 countries in this year’s Global Peace Index from the Sydney, Australia-based Institute for Economics and Peace and reordered them from
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A Boeing 737 MAX 8 airplane Stephen Brashear | Getty Images Previously unreported analysis by the Federal Aviation Administration of the first Boeing Max crash suggests it “didn’t take that much” for a sensor to malfunction and that a similar disaster  was possible. Just over five months after that Lion Air crash in Indonesia, Ethiopian Airlines
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[embedded content] Federal Aviation Administration officials are set to testify in front of a Senate panel about how the agency approved the Boeing 737 Max, the plane that has been grounded worldwide since mid-March after two fatal crashes. The agency has been under increased scrutiny from lawmakers after the two deadly crashes — one in
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A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent’s patch is seen as she helps travelers place their bags through the 3-D scanner at the Miami International Airport. Joe Raedle | Getty Images The Transportation Security Administration on Tuesday said it suspended two officers with pay after an “offensive display” that local media described as a noose was
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Changi Scent Source; Singapore Changi Airport Singapore’s Changi Airport dazzles passengers with spiral tube slides, a butterfly garden, free movie theaters and the new $1.25 billion Jewel shopping and entertainment attraction built around the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. The award-winning airport also has a special amenity that can’t be seen: a bespoke fragrance that’s diffused
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Passengers in O’Hare International Airport, Chicago. Kamil Krzaczynski | Reuters With no end in sight to the grounding of Boeing‘s 737 Max, one airline is warning travelers that their Thanksgiving and Christmas travel plans might be disrupted. Southwest Airlines on Thursday became the first U.S. airline to pull the planes, grounded by regulators worldwide in
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Visitors browse at the display of Expedia during the International Tourism Trade Fair in Berlin. Fabrizio Bensch | Retuers Expedia‘s chief executive officer warned against European countries taxing big tech companies’ digital services, telling CNBC that it would just end up costing consumers. “These digital services taxes are something that should be a concern,” CEO
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2020 Cadillac XT5 Source: General Motors Until recently, Cadillac followed a relatively traditional path, focusing almost exclusively on sedans and coupes, its meager SUV lineup almost an afterthought. That began to change with the rollout of a long-delayed Escalade replacement, and a procession of all-new models, ranging from the compact XT4 to the new, three-row
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