Qatar Airways moves to replace its 777s with the larger and more economical 777x over two years.
American Airlines pilots join others to ask the government to buy middle seats and keep them empty for social distance.
Segway's Chinese parent company is discontinuing production as sales fall and small electric scooters fill its niche.
Lufthansa gets approval for a bailout, with conditions attached.
A real-deal long-distance scenic ride for not very much...
An unusual partnership between grape farmers and Japan Railways gives Shiojiri a most unusual station.
JetBlue appears to be betting that the summer uptick in demand will extend into the fall.
American Cruise Lines returns to the rivers with small ships and new precautions.
Dubai's miniature world of hotels and resorts is close to opening its first sections.
An Italian glacier gets a summer cover to keep it from shrinking faster.
A millionaire's paradise—a private island in Portland, Maine—is up for rent to millionaires who just want to get away from it all.
Six restaurants honored with the country's first Michelin stars are part of a new emphasis on local gastronomy.
Fancy a cheap trip into space? Space Perspective has a ride for you.
After months without the huge cruise ships that have sparked demonstrations, some announce they will not return.
A research institute has proposed a vast new network of ultra-speed trains to aid in economic recovery and environmental improvement.