Even as it cuts back some routes, Norwegian is looking forward to a debut at London Heathrow, but with only limited flights.
For the fifth time in 40 years, a vote to split Venice from its mainalnd parts fails, this time because of low turnout.
Depending on your level of skepticism, Berlin's new airport opening date of October 31, 2020 is either a dream come true or yet another bad joke.
Denmark is planning to test battery-powered trains as replacements for current diesel service.
Cruise lines are tracking passengers through ID systems, both for future ship design and to find how to encourage passengers to go where they're wanted.
With over 125 vegan establishments, London is top among cities where veganism has gone mainstream.
Britain's National Trust adds a new listing to its collection of rentable vacation spaces in historic buildings.
Emirates firms up an order for 787s, while changing models. It's also buying A350s as part of its prep for the post-A380 era
The Flemish Equestrian League is working to bring hobbyhorsing to greater heights. It says the sport is also popular in Finland, Sweden and Germany.
As Uber fights to retain its expired London license, its rivals move in to offer rides and jobs.
Washington gets plenty of visitors from all over, but it's looking for more overnight stays from its neighbors.
The cruise line announces a whole slate of shore excursions in 20 ports designed for people with varying mobility issues.
Dublin Airport is testing two versions of special seating and services for solo travelers to make life a bit easier...for a price.
Boeing's latest model makes its debuts, but like other 737 MAX models, it isn't going anywhere just yet.
A major Boeing subcontractor is closing the plant that made fuselage frames for the 747; if Boeing doesn't make other arrangements, it will have to close the 747 line altogether.