Although Swiss trains are among the most punctual in Europe, Switzerland is looking at new rules for compensation.
With FAA certification officials furloughed, the return of scheduled service to Seattle's second airport has been postponed.
Celebrating its 100th anniversary and its 50th year flying 747s, British Air is going in for retro paint schemes for selected planes.
Google's Assistant software has an Interpreter Mode that allows two-way conversations in different languages, and it's being tested at a Hyatt Hotel.
A long tradition, once common across Europe, is now down to a few lonely examples.
China's travel leaders warn that a complicated visa system is discouraging potential visitors and call for modernization.
North Korea may be opening a beach resort with water park this year, but most of the info is coming from surveillance rather than advertising.
Those Open Table points you seldom found a use for can now be used for hotel room discounts
Germany's ADAC auto club has been compiling the big numbers for jammed traffic on Germany's roadways.
Norwegian Air is closing crew bases for its 737s at Providence and Newburgh. Flights to those cities will use Europe-based crews.
It could be real: A small Van Gogh museum is left a painting that may be an unknown work by the artist.
Looking ahead to the 2020 Olympics, Japan is already seeing a surge of new visitors.
Ryanair's bid to become "the Amazon of travel" takes a detour as it closes down its package-holiday division.
Marriott rolls out a new name and logo for its merged loyalty programs, which it claims is "more than a loyalty program."
Scaffolding will hide the landmark towers of the cathedral as they get a thorough exterior cleaning and restoration.