After two postponements due to winds, hundreds of balloon enthusiasts succeeded in setting a world record.
At 494 meters long and 85 meters above the valley floor, this hikers' highway could give some a good fright.
The roofs of Paris have long been noted as one of its recognizable features, and now they're being proposed for UNESCO recognition.
London's new Postal Museum opens, to be followed soon by rides on the long-abandoned underground postal train.
Norway takes steps to protect a famed tourist attraction threatened by a widening crack
Police and the City administration are on a crackdown to keep people and problems out of the city's famed Trevi Fountain
NASA is funding new research into the possibility of supersonic flight quiet enough to be allowed, and cheap enough to be profitable.
Delta's trying out some new at-the-gate ideas to speed up boarding and keep customers a little happier about waiting.
Spain is using its Game of Thrones filming sites for tourism promotion, and there's a Google StreetView tool to help.
Alaska Airlines plans another big expansion, moving into 30 new markets over the next six months.
Not just for kids: Stockholm gets a 5km inflatable obstacle course that ends with a 140-metre waterslide.
Four major airlines plan to share trans-Atlantic flights, schedules and profits in a new round of competitive moves.
A pair of oyster farmers in western France have come up with a 24/7 self-service option for their customers.
Three airlines settle with the government over baggage, booking and refund issues.
Clever marketing ploy or unexpected consequence? Either way, Sweden seems set for a train called, well, Trainy McTrainface.