American Airlines is adding 21 new routes to its network. Nearly half are part of a beefing up of its presence at LAX.
Cruising continues to grow as a popular travel option, with record numbers last year and even more expected this year.
Sydney will start a pilot program to get ground level embedded street lights at five business district locations.
Low oil prices have hurt some oil producers, leading them to block airlines from taking their hard-currency profits home, and to airlines dropping routes.
A growing trend: Cruise lines buy or lease small islands and use them as port calls for their cruises, restricted to their passengers.
United's new San Francisco-to-Singapore flight opens new links for the airline, as well as becoming the longest route for a U.S. carrier.
A replica Viking longship, the biggest built in modern times, has completed a month-long journey from Norway in the track of Leif Ericcson.
The hotel guestroom desk is starting to disappear as hotels find that most travelers prefer to work on their beds, or especially in the lobby.
Delta's gift to economy passengers: its whole suite of movies, TV, music and games will now be free to all passengers.
As the Seine continues to rise, Paris closes buildings near the river and moves artwork to higher ground. Evacuations may be ordered.
An aircraft interior firm patents a solar charger that would be built into aircraft windows. Click for more...
Los Angeles's newest museum opens Saturday with artifacts of loving relationships that didn't make it...
Virgin will take over Delta's Portland to London service, while Delta shifts its plane to open a new Portland to UK service.
A Stockholm restaurant is serving a special pet menu for dogs whose owners won't leave them at home, even for an hour.
ATR is out to convince U.S. airlines that its advance turboprops can make money on small-town routes now abandoned because of cost.