The physical railroads played a part in the Underground Railroad, which will be explored by new exhibits at the B&O Railroad Museum in Maryland.
American Airlines will face new competition at Miami as Spirit starts the first of a planned 31 routes
A new Yosemite History Center is being developed, with the first step an exhibit highlighting Chinese laborers who helped build the park in the 1880s
The clock appears to have run out on the plan for Europe to abandon twice-a-year clock changes...
Sixteen airlines have signed off on pledges to follow EU rules and make speedy refunds when flights are canceled.
The Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama is re-opening with an expanded view of slavery and its legacy.
Athletes and all others connected with the games will be isolated from all outsiders for the duration of the game; no foreign spectators allowed.
Premium economy is turning out to be more of a moneymaker for the airlines than another expansion of business or first.
A new survey shows some changing choices for cruisers, but mainly reports that most are actively looking forward to more cruising.
A Senate bill would add requirements for domestic flights that are similar to the ones imposed on international flights.
Qatar Airways has divided its business class into a new variety of fee-bearing subclasses.
Australia has set dates for international travel, although some domestic destinations will still have tight restrictions.
Archaeological work in the Belgian city has revealed previously unknown tombs
As Irish air traffic returns, Ryanair warns that more is needed to keep Dublin in the picture.
Rome's traditional problems with garbage collection have now become a new tradition: hordes of wild boars feasting on the trash.