A rise in cheese production has left Switzerland wondering how its next roll will be buttered.
Yet another airline accelerates the end of the A380 era.
With restriction slowly lifting, a number of European countries are turning to incentives that will get travelers moving again.
Decision refuses to order Department of Transportation to make airlines give plain-language notice of compensation rights.
Italy will spend some cash on incentives to get people out of cars and onto personal or public transport in the post-Covid era.
Airbus has some model fun as well as serious research with its giant model airplane, a possible design for future flying.
Dubai has a new drive-in theater, on the roof of a mall, just behind the indoor ski slope.
Those famous cruise ship buffets may soon be a thing of the past, with maybe a distant future; cruise fans are split on the issue.
British Airways gets its first 787-10 this morning. Despite the low level of current operations, the airline is anxious to put it to work.
Paris and other cities will have to find other ways to enforce social distancing as privacy concerns shoot down their drones.
Literally equipped with bells and whistles—and flashing lights—a new device will warn visitors when they've gotten too close to each other.
Last week marked the 90th anniversary of airline flight attendants. It's a long story!
Following CARES Act rules, American keeps small cities in Colorado on the map, but only in one direction.
There's speculation that IndiGo's biggest shareholder may be looking at a bid for bankrupt Virgin Australia.
Forgot your mask? Need more sanitizer? Now you can get them from vending machines at Las Vegas McCarran Airport.