Ryanair is trying to claw back credit-card refunds given to passengers who were not allowed to fly under pandemic rules.
In a last-minute deal, the new airline ITA acquires the Alitalia name and marks, but there will be confusion, especially on the web
An era nears its end as Paris prepares to phase out its paper transit tickets.
U.S. land borders will re-open along with the return of international air visitors, but there are still questions to be answered.
The port city is claiming a first for having driverless trains operate in a complex system with conventional trains.
At a site loaded with fossil traces from the distant past, New Jersey is getting a new dinosaur-focused museum.
A widely-used nutritional labeling scheme that may be mandatory gives one of France's greatest treasures a low score.
ITA Airlines starts service Friday with leased planes, a temporary name and a contracted-out ticket sales system.
The Modern Contemporary Museum, a fixture in Amsterdam, is opening a new site in Barcelona this week.
Amsterdam is trying to limit New Year's Eve fireworks to official events, but isn't expecting full compliance.
Spain is spending a bit to give 18-year-olds a €400 culture pass that will both widen their horizons and pump needed cash into Spain's culture sector.
Starting October 30, long-distance travel on public transport in Canada will require proof of vaccination.
Volcanic eruptions around the world are both an attraction to visitors and a danger to air traffic and homes.
A move in Paris to remove hundreds of directional signs has apparently caused confusion within the city's government.
Water clean enough for 'wild swimming' is the goal of new legislation and a call from the UK's water companies.