It's end-of-the-year bragging time for European airlines, and both TAP and Lufthansa have good news.
A group of British ex-pats in France order Indian take-away...by air!
With deep snow and high winds in European ski areas, insurers are reminding skiiers they are insured for too little, not too much.
Dutch restaurant owners say they are paying too much for reservation services, and are setting up their own service.
TSA claims stellar speed during holiday travel rush, despite record crowds and enhanced screening.
The ring-necked parakeets that have established themselves in Dutch cities are under attack as an invasive species...but they have friends, too.
Mattress recycling has become big for hotel chains; last month Hilton saved 90 tons from landfill while swapping out mattresses at one hotel.
Saudi Arabia is hosting a month-long festival and competition focusing on the historic, cultural and economic role of the 'Ship of the Desert.'
After a long legal battle, the Dutch government has an OK to return an area of reclaimed land to the sea in exchange for widening a shipping channel.
Europe's largest vulture, long gone from the French Alps, is thriving there again.
Japan's capital tries a new image to grow its tourism trade.
Wild boars are causing a crisis for cheese producers in Alsace, by foraging in fields needed for the cows that produce Munster cheese.
Originally a summer-only attraction, Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens is adding even more winter programming.
No, really. A full-sized replica, torn loose from its moorings by a storm in Urk, Netherlands.
On a trip to the boneyard, Delta's last 747 serves as a wedding venue for a pilot and flight attendant who first met on a 747.