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.
Ian Cook shares beautiful images and a detailed history of Dunstaffnage Castle. Built in the 13th century, it is one of the oldest castles in Scotland and has stood witness to many of the country's key historic events.
Ian Cooks shares images of Loch Shiel, a lovely lake in the Scottish Highlands!
If you can't beat them, buy them? British Airways parent bought a stake in Norwegian and is considering a takeover offer.
SAS, with finances improving, makes a big investment in updating and standardizing its fleet with an order for 50 A320neos.
Stephanie Kalina-Metzger shares a visit to Bedford Springs, including the fabulous and expansive Omni resorts (and some of the other hidden treasures of the region)
George G shares some sights from Pennsylvania's Lincoln Highway.
New twists and turns in the long-running bankruptcy and sale story include a new bidder and a possible link to Delta Airlines.
In new rankings, Atlanta's still at the top with over 100 million passengers, but others are moving up fast.
PHeymont shares some more views collected while wandering Paris, this time focusing on structures and perspectives.
Samantha shares views of this impressive structure, called locally 'the Mexican Embassy.'
Airbus confirms its working on the concept which could debut as early as 2020 on some A330 models.
Viking has ordered two 'special ships' from a specialist subsidiary of shipbuilder Fincantieri, but no one's talking details yet.
American moves to simplify its fleet, choosing 787s, and cancelling a previous order for A350s.