Las Vegas is one of the few airports in the world that seem unlike all the others, and the slots may be why.
Disney is planning small-ship expeditions to Antarctica and the Galapagos once cruising resumes.
The long-distance swimmer son of Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo is planning to swim the length of the Seine this summer, nearly 500 miles.
Few passengers were flying in 2020, but many were lined up at the refund window and the complaint desk.
Canada has the world's longest network of recreational trails, and a new initiative will make them more accessible to people with disabilities.
The pendulum is swinging toward an official digital credential after EU leaders discuss it at a virtual summit.
Air France's new safety video takes an unusual tack: it's shot all over France instead of inside a plane.
An ambitious plan is underway to create a new elevated pedestrian park linking two London neighborhoods on a disused rail line.
A fleet of new sleeper cars will start arriving for Austria's popular and growing Nightjet network across Europe.
With a new government roadmap that looks to re-opening travel and vacations by late Spring. Britons are hearing 'Start your (booking) engines'
For those who prefer the very best, or at least the very showiest, a new service offers a helicopter where most take public transportation.
Two hotel chains are offering free Covid testing, required for return to the U.S., at its Mexico and Caribbean hotels.
America's airlines agree to voluntarily give CDC passenger data for contact tracing, as Delta and United have already been doing.
There's little hope for a waiver to allow a cruise season in Alaska; it's tied up with competing interests and a historic law.
A chance to get lost in the snow as the world's largest snow maze opens in Manitoba.