Once the workhorse of a number of airlines, the MD80 and its variants are rapidly leaving service.
The Canadian company has sold off the last of its aircraft manufacturing businesses.
Lottery funding is bringing Blackpool its long-delayed museum, highlighting its role as a resort for the working class.
While the Queen's away, members of the public can play an Escape Room game in her art gallery.
Americans are still leaving a lot of vacations untaken, but this year's summer vacations are estimated to cost $100 billion!
A squeeze based on upgrade costs, operating costs and planned retirement may result in an even earlier retirement of Air France's fleet.
A sharp drop in Iceland's tourism numbers is starting to seriously worry the industry and government officials.
After a gap of several years following security concerns, major cruise lines are again offering port calls and overnights in Istanbul.
Italy's first surf park, near Milan, is also one of the world's biggest.
Paris hopes to accelerate its drive for clean air by banning the most-polluting vehicles from its streets during weekdays.
A small squirrel in a smaller space gets oversized attention in Dortmund, Germany
A new exhibit in Amsterdam allows side-by-side virtual comparisons among five of Van Gogh's famous paintings of sunflowers.
It may be fun to share your holiday as it happens, but police and others warn you may also be sharing it with criminals.
JetBlue has shifted some of its order for Airbus A321s to the new ultra-long-distance model that would allow it to reach Central Europe.
With a goal of getting more people to ride, and to ride more, a government commission proposes big spending on facilities.