United is sending off its last 747 with a gala finale—and the tickets sold out in less than two hours.
Paris has begun work on a glass security wall for the Eiffel Tower, but city authorities promise it won't spoil the experience.
"Measure twice, cut once," the saying goes. But apparently a Danish bridge-builder didn't measure carefully enough.
Next Monday's board meeting of Germany's #2 airline will determine its fate; it will most likely be sold in parts.
Pittsburgh plans to re-work its pioneering airport to meet the needs of a new age.
Iceland's two airlines go head-to-head on U.S. cities and U.S. carriers add service
EasyJet will partner with Norwegian and Westjet to offer through connections to North America through London Gatwick airport.
Is canceling 2000 of it's flights a logical path to acquiring another airline? Ryanair appears to think so.
Taking a leaf from a big tennis tournament, a Paris neighborhood hires birds of prey to chase its pigeons.
United adds several new cities for next summer and extends summer schedules for others.
Good news for air travelers: TSA has signed off on new scanners, tested recently, that could speed up scanning and end the 3-1-1 liquid system.
Amsterdam's fiinance councillor wants only visitors who can pay for lavish meals...
The Thai capital is building a riverside observation post that will be among the world's tallest.
Punch your own ticket? There's an app for that, and Deutsche Bahn is trying it out.
A selection of treasures from New York's Museum of Modern Art will visit Paris's Fondation Louis Vuitton for a months-long exhibition.