Passengers aboard a recent American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Minnesota are applauding the crew.
A JetBlue flight that was set to fly from New York City to Palm Beach, Florida on Monday had to make an abrupt emergency landing in North Carolina.
A Calgary Airport Authority spokeswoman said the parking spaces earn advertising revenue and failing to provide alternative accessible spaces simultaneously was "just a case of bad timing."
They "couldn't keep their hands off each other" so police met the flight when it landed in Las Vegas.
Frontier claimed the parents had not paid the unaccompannied minor fee on a third-party booking site and has now apologized for a "customer service failure."
British Airways apparently has now apologized and offered compensation.
Unlikely to happen, and unlikely to be helpful if it does.
The airline offers its own side of the story as well.
It's not you. Airline seating is getting much more uncomfortable.
There are new rules at San Francisco International Airport in response to a close call last month when an Air Canada jet nearly landed on a taxiway.
Flying is no longer the best way to earn miles or points.
Two crew members on a JetBlue Boston to Charleston flight were hospitalized after being sickened by the odor of nail polish remover.
The airline claims it was a "printing error" and professed surprise "that anyone would think it was anything else.”
A lawsuit contends an American Airlines flight attendant “egregiously” destroyed a passenger's wedding dress following a dispute over the gown.
The teen and her mother are interviewed.
There were a few minor injuries on the Silver Star, which travels daily between Miami and New York City.
Some of the new features appear to be aimed at customers who would rather not be cruising.
The outbreak was apparently discovered on the first day of the 10-day cruise to the South Pacific out of Brisbane, Australia.
The Grand Princess pulled into Ketchikan with the humpback whale lodged on its submerged, bulbous bow, a device designed to avoid wave-making.
Pretty common-sense tips, but worth following when you're on a cruise.
Passengers on the Sydney to Dubai cruise were ordered to turn off all lights and music on a luxury cruise liner for 10 days because of the risk of a pirate attack.
A 3-year-old girl is in stable condition after falling from the balcony of the Carnival Breeze late last week.
The X-rated trip — dubbed “The Naughty Cruise” — will see hundreds of couples from all over the world leave their inhibitions on land for four days of non-stop adult fun.
This summer, two robotic wheelchairs made headlines: one at a Singaporean hospital and another at a Japanese airport.
This one claims to double Li-ion battery capacity, and might start appearing in 2020. At what cost, one wonders.
Promises much, but note "the technology isn’t quite ready for prime-time".
"Tips and tricks" worth knowing for all travelers.
Apps that may help you to save money while traveling.
If you're a TripAdvisor fan, new features should appeal to you.
China has one of the world’s most restrictive internet regimes, tightly policed by a coterie of government regulators intent on suppressing dissent to preserve social stability.
Why can't we match the wireless speeds in our neighbors?
Some are hidden gems, while others are dubious destinations.
This British couple's all-inclusive Turkish holiday was disappointing, to say the least.
Barcelona's Las Ramblas, the tree-lined street that stretches nearly a mile, is one of the most famous locales in Europe.
Tourists have been egged, and a tourist bus was recently attacked by masked anarchists.
Striving for "an analysis that puts deaths in the context of travel volume."
A lot to see and do in the most southerly spot in the continental United States (Hawaii reminds us the article omits the key word "continental").
While it's presented as an enhancement, IHG is joining Hilton and Marriott in reducing or eliminating the option of same-day cancellations.
More hotel guests are looking to be able to order food the way they do at home.
The use of hotels to house the "undomiciled" has been a hot-button issue in recent years, with many in Queens being utilized and paid for with taxpayer dollars.
Residents of a New York public housing building say they’ve been getting an X-rated eyeful since the Public hotel opened next door in June — because its guests keep having sex in view of their homes.
Here are 25.
If money's no object, some hotels for your consideration.
What a concept! Training hotel staff in hospitality. Who'd a thunk.
AT $1,200 it's not cheap accommodation, but you don't have to worry about noisy neighbors.
There's a battle brewing among three Florida airports about who can use the word "Orlando" in their names.
A British tabloid claims "the reason will shock you" but don't count on that.
Many men apparently are wimps who hide their tears under blankets on planes.
The Smurfs apparently have powerful lawyers.
Sheep are reasonably environmentally friendly; cows are much less so.
The man claims a TSA agent at Chicago's O'Hare Airport drove a hand into his groin so hard, twice, that he was immediately hit by waves of pain.
British tourists in Spain were today warned to expect further terror attacks.
Not fun if you are departing Barcelona.
A TSA employee striking a passenger in the groin may not be immune to a lawsuit.
The ICE agent who accidentally shot himself "while unslinging a shoulder bag" was on vacation.
It's another good reason for frequent travelers to enroll in TSA's Precheck.
An honest miscalculation or an opportunity for price gouging?
Travel insurance covers you - except when it doesn't.
A sad and cautionary story.
Sound advice and first-hand accounts of "great highs and tremendous lows."
According to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, more than 14,000 cases of measles have been reported in Europe since January 2016.
The young man is in custody in China after an altercation with a cab driver who attacked his mother.
Those were the days.
The order permits parks to recognize donors with labels on certain items but prevents corporations and other sponsors from actually renaming parks.
Airlines are cutting fares to combat terrorism and zika fears.
Price tracking in time for the holidays.
Pretty pedestrian advice.
Figuring out which card will deliver the best payoff for your personal spending patterns can feel like a calculus test.
If all you want is cheap, Spirit will give you cheap.