With a new management team in place, Norwegian makes moves toward fuller planes and higher prices.
In Hokkaido, a snow resort goes one-up on ice hotels with an entire village of ice shops and cafes.
Spanish courts have held that passengers are entitled to free carry-ons; Ryanair says 'no' and that it will defy the courts.
Etihad's newest 787 will be a flying laboratory for carbon reduction and other 'green' strategies.
FedEx is called on again for a shipping specialty: Panda transport
Next spring, Washington, DC will get a new museum, focused on making language live.
Qantas plan to fly non-stop to New York and London from its more distant cities will have to wait longer for a suitable plane.
For next year's International Women's Day, Celebrity Edge's 7-day cruise will feature an all-woman officer crew.
Expedia has adjusted its listing algorithm to push hotels with resort fees down the list, giving them new reason to reconsider the fees.
Now you can catch the spirit of Jazz Age New York on a nostalgic tour in a restored car of the era.
The Penn Museum of the University of Pennsylvania has re-opened with a big expansion and reorganization of its collections.
Two aspiring humorists win a stay-in prize—two weeks in a posh hotel with nothing to do but write and call room service
Amtrak shows off its new high-speed trainsets, under construction for 2021 and destined for its high-speed (almost) premium Northeast Corridor routes
A remote island is getting a futuristic platform near where whales come to feed.
Paris is following the lead of Marseille by limiting the number of scooter companies to a manageable and licensed few.