EasyJet plans to relieve its crew shortage by reducing the size of cabin crews, a move that requires there be fewer seats.
Breeze Airlines is using its new A220s to spread out to transcontinental flights from the East Coast
France is testing whether old slow trains at cheap prices can build an audience that is unwilling to pay more for speed
Two can travel as cheaply as one on Belgian trains for the next few months by buying a Duo Ticket.
PHeymont finds a great small hotel in Amsterdam. The price isn't steep, but the stairs are!
America is driving again, including sharp increases in leisure driving, and miles driven are nearly back to pre-pandemic levels.
Italy's proposed new beach rules aim to guarantee a free or reasonably-priced 'place in the sun' for everyone.
Frontier joins Spirit and Allegiant in lowering what 'overweight' means and charging high fees for overweight bags.
Allegiant, which has relied heavily on buying and leasing used planes, and on being an all-Airbus carrier, is making a major investment in the 737 Max
Five days of free admission in America's National Parks, an annual tradition
A tiny apartment in Tokyo, designed as a promotion for Ikea's furniture, may herald a new source of Airbnb spaces as well.
America's most famous bus company will now be operated by one of its fastest-growing, Germany's FlixBus
Budget carrier EasyJet is going into the airport lounge business as well, and yes, it's an add-on cost to pay.
Ryanair is trying to claw back credit-card refunds given to passengers who were not allowed to fly under pandemic rules.
Slots left behind when Southwest moved will be reallocated to a budget carrier in hopes of lower fare options at Newark Liberty