By mid-2020, all Swiss rail stations will have limited smoking areas.
Boston gets more Delta connections, including trans-Atlantic, as the airline battles JetBlue for top-dog status in the city
Norway's underwater restaurant opens with fish on view and on the plate.
A long-sought approval for joint operations between Qantas and American Airlines is a big step closer to approval.
A unique building in Hollywood, Florida will open in October
When presidents fly to London, the city's #3 airport is the one that welcomes them—read why!
It's not a lot of money, but Rome Mayor Virginia Raggi hopes it will make a difference toward upgrading Rome's struggling park system.
A luxurious new sightseeing train will soon be at work, luring visitors to Shikoku, smallest of Japan's main islands, and the only one not on the national network of 'shinkansen' or bullet trains. The train, dubbed Toki no Yoake Monogatari , or Dawn of a New Era, will run from Kochi to Kubakawa, a 70-km route that includes views of awesome beaches and other features, as well as access to atmospheric restaurants. The two-car, 47-passenger train is laid out with all single seats flanked by...
Colombia opens its remote national park, home to uncontacted tribes, to limited flyovers.
Carnival is building a huge new ship, but it's also luring small-ship cruisers with extensive makeovers of its 1990s ships.
TAP Portugal is adding new routes to three U.S. cities with its newest Airbus neo series jets.
Applicants for U.S. tourist visas are now being asked to provide their social media account user names...
The electronic age claims another victim: the humble paper folder that used to hold our tickets.
A new route for Emirates puts an A380 on a route that barely gives it time to raise the landing gear.
The 100 and 200 Euro notes, now the largest issued, get some new looks and some new security features.