Following JetBlue's lead, airlines have been raising their bag fees, and Delta and American have now joined. The jump for the first bag is 20%.
In a clash that echoes larger complaints of overtourism, a village objects to expansion of a Michelin-starred restaurant.
Late-summer sun can be dangerous for UV radiation, according to Portugal's weather authorities, who are also concerned about fire risk.
United tries again to make sense of the scrum at the boarding gate.
Netherlands rail operator NS will comply with orders to provide toilets at every station and on every train.
TripAdvisor is linking up with commercial content providers to provide a new type of experience for users.
Venice's government takes time out from dealing with overtourism to set a new dress code and conduct rules for its employees.
France, concerned about pedestrian fatalities, is trying some new measures for road safety.
Chinese visitor numbers are huge, not surprisingly. And their prime destinations are not surprising either!
Celebrating another annual car-free day, Paris and Brussels call for an all-Europe day.
Carnival's newest and biggest ship will be based in Orlando when it joins the fleet in 2020.
Dublin's newest museum shows a slice of life that's quite different from visiting stately homes and public institutions. Instead, it shows the hard life of Dublin working people through tours of a reconstructed tenement building. The museum, called 14 Henrietta Street, after its address, uses period furnishings, objects and building condition to show visitors how thousands of Dubliners lived in the 19th and 20th centuries, and oral histories to tell their stories. The building itself is a...
War between vegans and meat-eaters has been reached a stage of open violence in France.
Hawaiian beats its own record with its second nonstop East Coast route.
In a first-ever, an Italian court uses a jail term to discourage fake reviews.