American Airlines' logo doesn't fly with the U.S. Copyright Office.
How many plumbers does it take to fix a toilet? Eighty-five is not enough when it's flying at 30,000 feet!
The price of aviation fuel is rising again, though nowhere near the levels that nearly killed the industry in 2008 and 2012.
Southwest to join United with flights to Paine Field, home of Boeing and now about to be Seattle's second airport.
Package tour operators are adding fees for reserving loungers and picking rooms.
France's National Assembly has voted up a 'right to be wrong' that will forgive 'honest mistakes.'
A small town in North Carolina is building a tourism trade out of its role as a fictional town in Missouri in an Oscar-nominated movie.
Airbnb is expected to go public this year, and has a profitable year behind it to speed the process along.
JetBlue is refreshing its interior decor—and squeezing in more seats—on its older planes.
With last week's flood receding, experts warn that Paris will not always be able to dodge the bullet of a 100-year-flood.
The U.S. two biggest airlines agree to a new interline agreement two years after the old one was cancelled.
A Thames cruise that visits Harry Potter movie sites may not be for all, but the same company has a Downton Abbey cruise, too...
Spain's Balearic Islands are planning to ban sale of all disposable plastics by 2020 in a bid to clean up their shores and the Mediterranean.
The famous turtles of Madrid's Atocha rail station are being relocated to a nature park because of overcrowding and sanitation issues.
A heritage federation is asking help in finding saviors for some of Europe's most-endangered sites of interest.