Primera Air, a relatively new discounter, is using London Stansted, where it has no direct competition.
Green concerns are leading a number of Norwegian cities to ban helium-filled balloons in advance of May 17th Constitution Day.
At Nîmes, France, the Great Roman Games will take over the Roman Arena for one of Europe's biggest historic re-enactments.
The famed QE2 starts her second job as a floating luxury hotel in Dubai; her first guests will arrive on the Queen Mary 2.
After a storm of criticism, the National Park Service opts for a much smaller jump in park entrance fees.
A new program, without a name yet, combines Starwood, Marriott and Ritz-Carlton programs, and should ease some loyalists' worries.
Minneapolis carrier Sun Country stranded two planeloads of passengers in Mexico, telling them to buy new tickets from someone else.
An experimental hydrofoil water taxi that was tested and shoved aside in Paris has now hit serious red tape for a planned trial on Lake Geneva.
A German excavation yields hundreds of coins and jewelry dating to the reign of Danish King Harald Bluetooth.
A collective of artists has created Snoopy-themed murals for seven cities around the globe.
Groups from Venice and other heavily-visited destinations meet to talk and plan for their future.
Spain is the champion wine exporter, but less well-known than its neighbors, in part because most Spanish wine is exported in bulk.
City officials are angry that short-term rental sites are not enforcing registration laws and limits.
A clever roadside installation intended to charm drivers with patriotic music sparked (successful) demands for its removal.
Cruise demand for Cuba continues to grow, and Carnival has added 20 more cruises to next year's schedule.