With the original chosen bidder out of the picture, Lufthansa is still interested; meanwhile ITA is getting another government cash infusion
A gallery of clever takes on the gingerbread house theme in a contest sponsored by a Swedish architecture group
New York City's 300-year-long affair with the theater is celebrated in a new museum in the theater district
Danish law protects cash payments with limited exceptions, and the cafe's ban on cash wasn't one of them
Europe's air safety regulator has changed the rules: Airplane mode is no longer required, and airlines are free to permit voice calling
Italians may be spending a lot more cash in the coming months as the government eliminates a requirement that credit cards be accepted
Under threat of a city ban, Paris e-scooter companies are offering a new plan to clean up their act.
Stockholm's escape-prone zoo is looking for one of its owls...
An appeals court rules that the line of ash in the cheese is protected and can't appear in any other cheese
A new airline plans to make Belfast in Northern Ireland its trans-Atlantic hub
Spain is expanding its transport subsidy program with free buses, aimed at reducing pollution and offering relief from the high cost of living.
Portugal, which has faced criticism over slow development of key rail links, is getting a master plan for rail improvements through 2050
While others are still phasing them out, American Airlines is bringing back some of its 50-seat regional jets
Dutch consumer group Foodwatch is giving out 'the award no-one wants'
As airport lounges become more crowded, Delta is adding a skip-the-line privilege for its most lucrative passengers