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Avgeeks will want to keep an eye out for these specialty 737s, modified as firefighting equipment.
Holiday packagers are having a hard time coming up with cash refunds, but some in industry are not sure delaying them is a good idea.
A lot of people are thinking about comfort foods during this time. The Bonaventure hotel in Los Angeles put on the ultimate comfort food display.
DrFumblefinger shares some scenes of sunset in Everglades National Park
Some information about applying for a French visa for those travelers who need one (sponsored content)
Animal-to-animal interactions have become a popular diversion for grounded armchair travelers. Bonus: live lamb-cams
Like many other airlines, Lufthansa is shedding older aircraft permanently, but it's also closing out one of its brands.
Veteran travel writer Marilyn Jones highlights resources to keep up our travel interest until we can hit the roads again.
DrFumblefinger visits the memorable red McCune mansion in downtown Salt Lake City.
American has few flights, but it's using some of the downtime to upgrade the information on its webpage.
Despite this year's virus outbreaks, quarantines and more, the cruise industry is seeing strong bookings for next year.
The third and last part of PHeymont's visit to The Cloisters focuses on stained glass and craftsmanship
The desire to feel like normal humans again had Samantha and her husband spending a few hours at a local park and lake in Westminster, Colorado
Taking advantage of the lull in visitors, Egypt does a thorough cleaning of the area around the Pyramids.