An unlikely outbreak of luxury living has broken out at Australian sheep stations during the pandemic.
Sixteen years after it abruptly closed, a well-known Paris department store returns, but it's far from its old self.
A seemingly impossible London swimming pool hung between two buildings may be just a harbinger of what could be next.
Airlines are starting to offer 'unbundled' business class seats, but time will tell whether there is a true market for them.
Boeing's latest and largest 737 Max has had a successful test flight, but there are open questions whether it will be successful in the market.
A Federal court ruling give Florida an apparent victory, but may hurt both Alaska and the cruise industry. An appeal is likely.
A retired 727 joins a 737 at a South African hotel.
Airbus and Cathay Pacific are working on a project that might lead to long flights with one pilot at a time.
Ireland's first horological museum is off to a timely start in Waterford.
If you've completed your vaccinations, CDC says, you're good to go. And if you haven't, stay off the water.
A new concept—a cross of a seaplane, hovercraft and electric motors—is being proposed to offer faster ferry service across the Channel.
With Florida blocking cruise lines from confirming vaccination status, two lines say they will treat passengers as unvaccinated unless they volunteer their vax cards.
Barcelona is seriously worried at the shrinkage of its beaches, which has been accelerating.
A UK travel company is offering an updated, and probably safer, version of the Jules Verne fantasy...but still without airplanes.
Ryanair's chief asks to have an unpopular passenger tax waived for a few years to help boost the aviation industry.