To highlight a new joint website highlighting collections from 14 Paris museums, an exhibit with Instagram second takes on classic art.
Eight Asian low-cost airlines are hooking up their booking and ticketing to make it easier for travelers to choose them over growing rivals.
Central Park has reopened Hallett Nature Sanctuary after being closed 80 years
A giant block party on France's Autoroute network Sunday will see sports, culture, music and more on selected stretches of closed superhighway.
Aer Lingus, now part of the same holding company as British Air, sees a future with more service to more American cities.
Carnival's newest ship is being built in two widely-separated Italian shipyards. The front, launched yesterday, is on the way to meet its mate.
With France's bid for the 2024 Olympics pending, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo hopes to have the river clean enough for Olympic swimming events.
At 45 years in business, Southwest has become one of the world's largest airlines, and its CEO is dreaming of more.
The 2020 Tokyo Olympics might offer the world's first man-made meteor shower in the opening ceremonies.
Builder's find a Roman barracks while building a station for the new Metro Line C; it will become an archaeological museum within the station.
The ongoing crisis of short staffing and long lines has now led to 450 American Airlines passengers missing evening flights at Chicago O'Hare.
Galveston's Moody Gardens has a beauty that both attracts and repels: it's a Giant Corpse Flower with a terrible smell that gave it its name.
In a world where it seems nothing is finished on-time or on-budget, a regional airport surprises by opening early and $3 million under budget.
With heavy price competition on short-to-medium haul routes, British Air is thinking of premium meals as a revenue booster.
Strapped for cash and choked with rush-hour traffic, Cologne is considering a network of water-buses that would ply the Rhine river.