United makes a move into the hourly-to-DC shuttle market, and loosens the baggage reins at the gate.
Sweden has plans to join the revival of night-train service in Europe with a service that will connect Malmo with Cologne and beyond.
Airbus has tested a series of automated take-offs and will soon work on landings as well. But no passengers...yet.
Air Canada is getting its A220s, and using them to 'densify' some routes and open others for the first time.
The now-abandoned courthouse jail where Martin Luther King was held will be preserved as a historic memorial.
In an unusual conversion of a historic building, Nintendo's former headquarters in Osaka is becoming a hotel.
Viking is expanding its cruise offerings with new built-for-polar-cruises expedition ships, and is also planning its first North American itineraries.
Allegiant, known for flying small-town vacationers to the sun, is using its growing fleet to add more large cities to its mix
The Netherlands' famed flower display finds itself racing climate change to meet its commitment to visitors.
Bread and carb lovers: Your chance at a bread-themed hotel stay in New York.
Ten years after a call for a voluntary standard, the EU may legislate a common charger for tablets and mobile phones.
The company that makes a living by selling unclaimed airline luggage has reached a milestone.
American drops a fee on award tickets, and there are hint of change to come at Delta
Airbus introduces its latest supercarrier, not for people but parts. Meet the Beluga XL, based on the A330.
A new international treaty changes who has jurisdiction in onboard cases, but the U.S. isn't signing on.