Articles tagged “aaa”

Airlines

U.S. Airlines Need to Prove They Can Handle the Thanksgiving Holiday on Packed Planes

Will recent airline operational disruptions repeat themselves over the Thanksgiving holiday period in the United States? Carriers have staffed up to guard against such scenarios.

U.S. Airlines Need to Prove They Can Handle the Thanksgiving Holiday on Packed Planes

Tourism

AAA Predicts This Will Be the Most Traveled Thanksgiving in 13 Years

A boon for airlines, car rental providers, and Big Oil, but will hotels see a Thanksgiving travel boost, too?

AAA Predicts This Will Be the Most Traveled Thanksgiving in 13 Years

Rental Cars

Americans Fearful of Self-Driving Cars: New AAA Survey

A new AAA survey doesn't bode well for companies like Alphabet and Tesla that are betting big on self-driving cars. The bottom line is that Americans are still freaked out by the idea of not having a real person behind the wheel. Will anything ever ease those anxieties?

Americans Fearful of Self-Driving Cars: New AAA Survey

Rental Cars

U.S. Gas Prices Rising as Road Trip Season Approaches

The price of gas for U.S. drivers is heading back to 2014 levels. Experts think road trippers will cut back on their dining spend, even if the wider U.S. economy won't feel a huge impact.

U.S. Gas Prices Rising as Road Trip Season Approaches

Tourism

U.S. is Poised For Biggest Thanksgiving Travel Rush Since 2005

Many U.S. travelers' stomachs will be full next week, but their wallets not so much as they'll need to cough up more cash for gas for Thanksgiving road trips. But unlike vacation road trips that are more discretionary, many travelers wouldn't cancel their Thanksgiving plans because of gas, and will bite the bullet.

U.S. is Poised For Biggest Thanksgiving Travel Rush Since 2005

Rental Cars

Connected Car Bells and Whistles Make for a Distracting Trip

Voice technology could limit the distractions in the connected car. But as with smartphones, social media and the world, Permanxiety will now penetrate the sanctum of the automobile.

Connected Car Bells and Whistles Make for a Distracting Trip

Tourism

Travelers Driving and Flying July 4th Weekend Set Records

The average roundtrip domestic U.S. airline ticket over the holiday weekend was said to be $186. That's hard to believe and is a testament to cheap fuel prices.

Travelers Driving and Flying July 4th Weekend Set Records

Tourism

The U.S. May See Its Biggest Thanksgiving Travel Rush Since 2007

Interesting fact: Gas prices are almost exactly where they were eight years ago.

The U.S. May See Its Biggest Thanksgiving Travel Rush Since 2007

Tourism

Thanksgiving Travel Weekend Will Be Busiest Since 2007

If airfares were lower, and more flights were available, maybe more Americans would travel during Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving Travel Weekend Will Be Busiest Since 2007

Tourism

Labor Day Travelers Can Expect Lowest Gas Prices in a Decade

Labor Day is one of the iconic U.S. drive holidays and if Americans have saved about $500 per household on cheaper gas so far this year, that's extra money hotels, airlines and destinations can compete for.

Labor Day Travelers Can Expect Lowest Gas Prices in a Decade