Denmark's government has agreed to study a possible overwater connection between its two main areas, on opposite sides of the Kattegat Sea
Rising fuel costs are starting to affect the airline industry again, and airlines are already starting to make adjustments to their operations.
United and Singapore shift California routes; Singapore skinnies down the capacity for its A350 ultra-long-range model.
Yet another airline fee, this one for sitting in a regular seat, just a bit closer to the front. Now on American and Delta, and soon on United.
Viking changes the minimum age for its river and ocean cruises from 12 to 18 for all new bookings.
A new service offers to move your bags from airport to hotel to other hotels and back to the airport, leaving you free.
With rodent populations on the rise in government buildings, a lawmaker calls for more official cats to tackle the problem.
The state-owned rail infrastructure agency says business is so good the network will run out of space soon, and it's calling for new ideas.
Dublin's 'talking statues' app features historic figures and the legendary Molly Malone, who wheeled her wheelbarrow through streets broad and narrow...
Alaine Ducasse is suing to hold onto the franchise for Eiffel Tower restaurants that the tower's operator has hired another team to run.
Trained crows pick up after park visitors in return for rewards. But the park's operators hope the humans will be shamed into doing their part, too.
A round-up of unusual, and in some cases, unique but offbeat museums in Spain.
A Dutch court has denied members of an unusual faith the right to wear 'religious headgear' in passport photos.
Smaller ports share the same concerns as some larger ones over how many cruise ship visitors they can handle at a time.
Paris is trying out a new generation of pissoirs, but the reaction isn't all positive.