A new year-long delay is announced in the opening of what will be Scandinavia's largest art museum.
Nearly sixty years after the destruction of Penn Station, New York City gets a new braggable space for Amtrak and New Jersey commuters.
The Mexican state of Quintana Roo is adding a $10 fee for travelers, but hotel and airline groups oppose it.
Montenegro's flag carrier goes broke, but the government is determined to succeed by creating a new airline.
Instead of a Top Ten list or a sales pitch, Frommer's offers a serious of thoughtful essays on key places in America for future safe travel.
Vikings are getting ready to invade a another cruise category, having already mastered river and ocean cruising.
If 2020 has left you gasping for air, here's a novelty gift that could ease the situation, or possibly exacerbate it...
More U.S. airports—San Jose is the latest—are joining in a program that originated in England, to help people with hidden disabilities deal with airports and other public spaces by distributing lanyards or other marks with a sunflower logo. While some disabilities are obvious and easily recognized by airport staff, many, including low vision, partial hearing loss, heart issues, diabetes and more, do not. The sunflower signals staff that someone may need more help, more time at check-in or...
With new order, the airline will end up with as many as 120 of the planes.
After years of discussion and complaints, Amsterdam's council is now starting work on a pile of plans to make the city more local-friendly
Southwest and JetBlue continue to open new routes, partly to collect what current business there is and partly to prepare for the future.
Near Dolly Parton's Dollywood, a huge Christmas emporium has extended its theme into a hotel where it's Christmas every day.
Royal Caribbean is helping keep some of its travel-agency supporters afloat while cruise business is under water.
An earthquake followed by an eruption grab Hawaii's news headlines from tourism issues
The new coronavirus relief bill targets some of its funds to airline employees and air service, and opens support for hotels for the first time.