A new survey reveals how airlines, hotel chains and online travel agencies rate among users of smartphones and tablets for best mobile experience.
But the plane manufacturer is still planning major layoffs by the end of the year.
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Despite a record number of visitors last year, headline-grabbing incidents threaten the country's reputation as a top travel destination.
Sequester budget cuts are about to hit small and regional facilities nationwide. Pilots will have to fend for themselves.
Even following the increase, this airline still looks poised to jump another 50%.
Who will build 20 air-support planes is pitting Beechcraft against Brazil's Embraer in a bitter war of words.
Nationally, the average price is just under $3.70 a gallon. Crude oil prices could decline, bringing pump prices down further. Airline stocks have been the winners. Energy stocks have been flat.
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