Political squabbling is nothing new, but up-to-now it hasn't included disputes over the safety of Wi-Fi.
Despite some cancellations, there's lots to do all over France in August, while most of France is on annual vacation.
At a naval shipwreck site in the Baltic Sea, researchers have found a tin of what appears to be ancient cheese.
Equine travelers, competitors in Olympic equestrian events, need special arrangements to fly in from all over.
All the major hotel chains, and some smaller ones, are developing brands and concepts aimed at the growing market of people born after 1980.
This summer Rome's fountain dipping incidents by tourists continue despite big fines.
With newer, more efficient planes crowding the market, demand for super-jumbos appears to be ending, and with it production of the A380 and 747.
Ryanair charges reservation fees for groups who want to sit together, and will now require at least one parent in each family to do so.
JetBlue and American will be the first to start regular commercial flights to Cuba, with JetBlue kicking off August 31st. Both airlines are running sales.
Denver has added nearly 10,000 charging points in its terminals, and has upgraded its Wi-Fi as well.
Airbus reports good numbers, and hints it may fly to Europe. Its Airbus order has options for long-range models to do it.
French authorities have asked local towns and villages to cancel summer events if there is not enough security available.
Taiwan's Yeliu Geopark struggles for a way to preserve its unusual stone formations, one resembling (maybe) Queen Elizabeth I of England.
NewLeaf is a 'virtual airline,' but there's nothing virtual about their bag fees and their determination to load and unload planes fast.
A 7-day strike may affect about 130,000 passengers on Air France's medium- and short-haul routes starting Wednesday.