A 1.4-mile long roller coaster looks like a bobsled and follows a historic bobsled course at Lake Placid, NY
Several second-tier airlines are taking advantage of depressed traffic to find slots at larger airports than they have usually served.
Pushed by the Green Party, Austria is adopting more measures for clean power and rail rather than air for short trips.
Europe's air safety regulators say they are ready to propose a new airworthiness directive that would let the plane resume service.
Trying to keep its catering staff employed, Finnair is putting its business-class cuisine on sale in stores.
Is it just California, or is this the wave of the future?
The EU is postponing the start of its visa waiver program that will require pre-registration for an extra year, to the end of 2022.
New disputes over regional travel rules in the UK are making life confusing for travelers and upsetting local feelings.
A Japanese theme park is selling itself as a site for working-not-from-home, including tickets for the Ferris wheel.
As the deadline nears on the transition period, new warnings about flights between Europe and the UK.
The Dutch Council for Culture is asking the government to allow museums to return art and culture artifacts to the countries they came from.
After a month of delays, Europe agrees on a common color scheme to show Covid situation on travel maps.
Copenhagen reacts to the usual complaint of cities about the popular scooters: too fast, too many, too dangerous.
A rare exhibit of a selection of Vincent Van Gogh's letters is at Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum, paired with the paintings described in the letters.
Morals cops—town stewards—in a Belgian city create a worldwide sales success for a garden gnome they considered obscene.