Royal Caribbean's most loyal customer just passed a milestone, earned over 870 cruises over 20 years
Schiphol and Eindhoven airports in the Netherlands are offering an unusual form of apology to passengers who missed flights this summer because of long in-airport delays—cash to cover extra costs not being paid by airlines or insurance. Long lines at passport control and security, as well as waiting for baggage to recheck on next flights have kept hundreds, possibly thousands of people from making their flights, even if they arrived at the airport in plenty of time. The compensation, which...
We've been following the saga of Domino's invasion of Italy, from its beginnings to last week's sad(?) end.
A nifty new system reduces time at security checks by using your ID to retrieve boarding and flight status
Italy has a new tourism promotion, encouraging public displays of affection at scenic attractions.
A new system is open for testing by the first 25,000 qualified applicants
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The EU may discuss changes in airline delay and cancelation compensation; airlines complain they pay too much
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Norwegian, once of the strictest on vaccination for passengers, is now dropping its requirement
Uber is trying out a tie-up with booking site Omio to sell international travel through the Uber app
The FAA says Boeing has met the standards needed to allow FAA to begin approving the backlog of 787s waiting for delivery
With delays continuing and thousands of suitcases piled up, Heathrow would like to shift the blame a bit.
An unlikely location hosts a museum honoring the man who found "no direction home."
Ireland's tourism authority closes a museum that may have fallen behind the times, and looks for a new use for the building.