With Dublin off-limits again to out-of-town travelers, its hotels are turning to 'Dubcations' to lure locals in.
Venice's anti-flooding barriers, long-delayed and controversial, get their first real-life use.
Five years after a long-regretted departure from New York's biggest airport, United is ready to return.
Air France was the first to land a commercial flight at Berlin's then-new Tegel Airport, and it will be the last to take off.
Cruise lines are anxious to go, and it appears the White House is ready to overrule guidance from CDC to let them.
Uber gets another new lease on life to keep operating in London over the objection of regulators.
The continuing pandemic and changing quarantine rules are keeping Europe's air traffic low, and driving airlines to discounting.
Amsterdam again considers barring foreigners from its cannabis cafe, a rule that's actually been on the books for years.
United's website now includes Google technology to help you figure where your budget or interests will let you fly.
Airbus has three concepts for hydrogen-burning planes, while a smaller company has put a fuel-cell-powered plane into flight testing.
A court ruling restores out-of-country medical coverage for heat-seeking Canadians who winter in warmer climates.
American's early start on pilot training indicates the airline believes recertification of the grounded 737 Max is near.
Cyclists look to EU authorities to set new standards for Europe's railroads, making it easier to travel by train with a bike.
United and Lufthansa are starting to offer rapid Covid tests in hopes of opening more routes to renewed travel.
Contrary to expectations, it's the younger travelers who say they are ready to be on the road, while older travelers are more likely to be waiting.