Two low-cost carriers, Norwegian and WOW, are opening new U.S.-to-Europe routes for next summer, at discount prices...and fees.
Italy doesn't like to let anyone else set pizza records, so chefs in Puglia set out to erase a record held by Switzerland and Singapore.
Building and Design magazine has once again named "Britain's Worst New Building" (above) and some runners-up.
JetBlue continues to expand its routes from Boston, where it's the largest carrier. Atlanta's on the list, and Delta and Southwest are the targets.
A restored Lockheed Super Constellation will pay a visit to Vienna Friday, and will be open to visitors.
Sweden will use student loans to get young workers licensed to drive, while a car-maker wants to turn your outlet into part of the sharing economy.
As BA suffers from check-in system crashes, Delta adds up the cost of last month's outage and cancellations.
France is ramping up security measures on its rail network, including on-train guards and more scanning.
With 7 years behind it and a growing roster of international teams, the organizers of International Hide-and-Seek are sure of it!
Korean Air has found a way to ding passengers who don't fly, even beyond keeping the price of their tickets!
A Spanish cafe sticks up for politeness, and finds it's making a difference.
JetBlue and Allegiant expand routes, especially from Florida airports, in some cases going head-to-head against established competitors.
Lufthansa becomes the first European airline to partner with TSA PreCheck.
After a one-month security hiatus, Paris resumes its first-Sunday-of-the-month car ban on the Champs-Elysées.
Germany is building a new bridge on the Autobahn at Nuremberg which will use embedded sensors to provide maintenance and traffic information.