Air Canada is in a celebration mood, with its own birthday and Canada's this year. Planes and staff uniforms are getting a new look.
Delta's commissioned a unique set of artworks, all in the form of aircraft tray tables.
Paul Hunter shares a photo of a bullfinch, a cheerful image snapped in North Yorkshire
A new travel puzzle is up for this week. New clues are posted daily, so follow along and see if you can solve where in the world we are.
Views from a brief walk in one of London's premier parks, but leaving so much more to explore and enjoy.
A court ruling says that marital fidelity is optional, and that a pro-adultery website can continue advertising.
A Norwegian cruise ship with a history of propulsion issues has a complete breakdown and has to be towed to Melbourne.
A common primate found around the ancient archaeologic sites of Sri Lanka (and elsewhere), they are gentle creatures who don't mind posing for a photograph.
Gumbo was visiting Burntcoat Head Park in Nova Scotia. Situated on the Bay of Fundy, which separates Nova Scotia from New Brunswick, it is the site of the world's highest tides.
France's tourism numbers have taken some terror-related hits, but there are signs of better times ahead.
A big step on the last link of the new rail link that allows high-speed trains under the Swiss Alps. The new tunnel will see rail service in 2020.
Pierre finally tracks down and photographs the elusive but beautiful snowy owl.
Ian Cook shares a visit to the Canary Island of La Gomera. While one of the smaller Canary Islands, it is a natural paradise and a wonderful vacation destination.
A series of humorous videos asking residents of sunny countries to remind Danes to get out of the sun is actually aimed at high rates of skin cancers.
Paris responds to the possibility of terror attacks at tourist sites by adding a glass wall around the Eiffel Tower.