After sharp criticism over executive perks, TAP rolls out a new 'temporary' Uber allowance
A new owner will operate a well-known fleet of European river cruise ships
Delta has set the date for its promised 'free and fast' WiFi service
A 'nothing-cation' may be the cure for post-holiday blues
A formidable fee will become more affordable for a group caught in a bind.
Increasing winter temperatures as well as summer changes are an increasing worry for Europe
Cruise ships are running afoul of New Zealand's marine environment rules.
Yes, some airlines do have great on-time records, despite a year of meltdowns, delays and cancellations
Bordeaux is considering routes for a cable car to improve links between two parts of the city.
Southwest Airlines is offering some extra compensation for passengers whose travels were disrupted by the airline's meltdown.
Time moves on, and paper tickets are disappearing from France's rail system, along with the platform machines used to punch them.
Climate change is having a serious short-term impact on many ski resorts, and the situation is not likely to improve in the long run.
The UK is subsidizing bus fares through March to increase ridership and provide a bit of relief from inflation.
One of the Jersey Shore's most beloved landmarks has had a make-over
Sweden hopes to get its cat population registered to reunite owners with missing pets and identify homeless cats