The world's largest airlines, and how they're measured, turns up only a few surprises.
Bulgaria's second city is one of this year's European Capitals of Culture, the first time for a Bulgarian city.
Lisbon is scheduled to have a second airport by 2022, relieving crowding at its existing airport.
Wit the expansion of pre-clearance, airports need more facilities and staff. The U.S. pays for the customs personnel, but passengers pick up the rest.
Low fares to Europe must be purchased as part of a roundtrip.
Air France calls it quits on an attempt to battle discounters by attracting millenials to their own airline.
United is offering a cookbook with both first class and economy class recipes.
The two big aircraft rivals ended the year in a virtual tie, although Boeing did notably better in new orders.
The first nude restaurant in Paris got a lot of publicity, but not much business.
Long-time mainstay to be replaced by new A330s, A320neos and 787s
With road traffic making access more difficult, the busy airport looks forward to a metro link.
The American Kennel Club's museum of dogs and dog art returns to its home city.
International travelers will now pay the equivalent of $9 to leave the country, with limited exceptions.
Spain joins the list of countries where unions have settled contracts with the discount carrier.
In an age of high-speed travel, there's still room for the ferries, and their numbers are growing.