Under plans from NY's governor, the field will get new and expanded facilities and a new name, but it's still 70 miles away.
Norway's scenery is to die for; unfortunately that's sometimes literal, and to save lives, the Road Administration is supplying rental cars with safety vests.
Italy's airline picture shifts focus as Meridiana becomes Air Italy and has ambitions to replace Alitalia, whose bankruptcy plan is still pending.
It's been a tough winter in Norway, causing Oslo to run out of snow-clearance money and space to put all the white stuff.
'Passengers' with virtual-reality masks fly Tokyo's First Airlines on a 'flight' to overseas destinations.
Both the volume and the value of France's alcohol exports grew last year, despite poor harvests in some areas.
Ryanair beefs up its Spanish route map, while cutting fares to Catalonia, where uncertainty has dampened business.
Turkey tops the gainers list as European Travel Commission reports record visits to Europe from abroad.
Under pressure from EU environmental officials to meet pollution targets, Germany plans to try luring people out of their cars with free public transit.
One of Europe's oldest food fights dates to Napoleon's time, but takes its backstory from the 12th century.
A new law that takes effect in May allows pets in restaurants that owners have designated as pet-friendly.
Germany's Leipzig/Halle airport is crossed by the Autobahn, producing sights like this as an A380 crosses the road...to get to the other side, of course.
A young French couple is on the road, on foot, from Sagres, Portugal. They expect to reach Istanbul by summer of 2019.
An exhibit opening today in The Hague features a special event: One of the paintings is a newly-authenticated work by a 17th-century Dutch master.
Despite several well-publicized incidents, 2017 saw a record-low rate of passengers being bumped from domestic flights.