Time borders make it possible to have your New Years twice!
With the A380 program winding up, could Boeing find a revived market for the newer 747 models?
Restoring the famed cathedral is turning out to be a far more complex task than even the pessimists imagined.
The Dutch are running out of bicycle parking space. More people are commuting that way, and more are hauling kids and cargo.
Damage to Venice's ancient buildings from repeated high tides and flooding goes well below the surface.
Leisure travelers may have more luck in the year ahead than business travelers, but it may take more work to spot the real bargains.
Aer Lingus is donating its surprisingly short-lived blankets to animal charities.
The discount bus price war continues with a new round of nearly-free tickets from Megabus.
Recent flooding has depressed bookings and canceled some conferences and events.
A consolidated online lost-and-found, including TSA items, should make life easier for passengers leaving gear behind at LAX.
At New York's three main airports, airlines are in contention for scarce and valuable airport 'slots' for their expansion plans.
With new Airbus A320neo family planes arriving, the low-cost carrier plans to double in size within five years.
Many years in the planning, Heathrow's third runway will have to wait a bit longer.
Months of protests lead to cancellation of fireworks; a light show will go on instead.
As Project Sunrise ultra-long flights get closer, staffing remains a thorny issue.