Coming soon in Portugal: a new attraction that will either be a great adventure or leave you cowering.
Airbnb is requiring masks when guests and hosts meet, and is making a voluntary enhanced cleaning system mandatory.
With Singaporeans' travel limited, an unusual survivor of urbanization is drawing crowds.
With airline traffic slow to recover, the company sees a low spot ahead for itself and Airbus.
Belgium finally gets a new government, and that may help speed a long-delayed plan for Brussels to have a common transit ticket.
FAA extends a waiver allowing airlines to keep all their airport slots without using them...for now.
A plan for uniform rules rounding up or down to the nearest nickel may spell and end to Europe's one- and two-cent coins.
Airbnb extends its no-party rules to canceling some reservations that might be for Halloween celebrations
Taking pandemic caution to the extreme, Garuda is masking its planes!
A promising plan to untangle Europe's constantly-shifting travel rules appears to be stuck in traffic.
If Gatwick gets its way, there'll be a new toll on dropping passengers off at the terminal.
A small Spanish town has built a tourist trade on over a hundred illusions painted on the town's buildings.
In-flight service on an A380—choose your class. Food and entertainment included, but no flying.
Amazon is getting a bit further into the travel business, launching live virtual tours that someday could be in-person
Germany's big new idea for rail is an old one: Coordinated timetables for a series of trans-national rail express routes.