Charter flights to Cuba will now be limited to Havana, with more restrictions to follow.
America's fast-food pizza chain has big plans to invade the home of pizza.
Warner Brothers is moving Harry Potter into a New York superstore next summer.
Lisbon installs new seats, using Portuguese materials, hoping for better wear and longer use.
Rome is trying for more decorum around its tourism attractions, but some of the rules are coming under fire.
Atlanta's airport and a major plumbing supplier are connecting airport restrooms to the internet.
Can the current wave of cruise line expansion go on forever? Some companies are betting that it can.
Yet another pop-up hotel experience is avaialble, this one for cheese-lovers.
France's second-string rail system doesn't have the glamor of the TGVs, but will now get new investment and upgrades.
Perceptions of customer service are headed in a negative direction, perhaps more negative than the reality.
Hold on tight! China has the world's fastest driverless train, and it's headed straight to the Winter Olympics.
Willie Walsh, one of the big names in big-name aviation is retiring
Another airline gets ready to charge another fee, this one for carry-on luggage that was formerly free.
American and British Airways kick off the first construction of the JFK redevelopment plan.
The discount airline is now Europe's largest carrier, but faces financial and regulatory issues.