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Rest assured, the insurance policy is paid up on this old, passenger-less ship.
Brazilian-made Embraer 190 reportedly had 28 passengers and crew aboard.
Welcome to the Mega-Airport Boom in the Middle East and Asia.
European Union getting some push-back from Germany, France and the UK.
Flights between Copenhagen and Fort Lauderdale begin today, with flights from Oslo and Stockholm, also into Fort Lauderdale, set to begin this weekend.
Setting toilet paper roll on fire = terrorism?
With extreme weather targeting the East Coast, travelers wonder if their holiday flights will be cancelled.
"You run the same risk of losing your pet as you do your luggage," says head of watchdog group.
Google's new interactive maps of 16 international airports and 50 train and subway stations is intended to compete with GateGuru.
Math Proves It's Cheaper to Live in Barcelona and Commute to London, Than to Live in London!
Florida-based developers not having any luck yet in finding investors for $10 billion project.
Better Safe Than Sorry?
It can be done. It isn't easy but it can be done. Several great links for frugal travelers.
Other airports to follow Heathrow Terminal 4 and create "vaping zones"?
Visits by Russians to Europe has doubled in the past four years, with more visiting Western European destinations than in the past.
London to Brisbane in Just 11 Days, With More Than Two-Dozen Stops.
If you're flying today, it could be worse -- way worse!
Lots of food. Lots of travel destinations.
Willie Walsh lashes out at the European Union, and says Iberia needs fixing.
FAA cites nine instances where ice sucked into engines on 787s or 747s caused them to lose power.
Investigation underway for crash of the single-engine, turboprop Cessna 208 near remote village of Saint Mary's.
This time coming from China; but possibly no room for passengers. Ooops.
Even if you're not a Walmart fan, this place is stunning and well worth a visit.
Six hours and 25 minutes to Barcelona from Paris, or just over ten hours from London.
“They want to take over the world,” Said One Airline Analyst.
Helping the brick and mortar retailers compete with online shopping.
Yes, there is an app for that.
Cash-strapped Italian carrier still looking for the perfect mate.
Electric motors for airplane taxi maneuvers? Recent demos support viability of concept and system offers huge savings potential - up to $700.00 per flight.
Peak rentals were in 2007, technology has now obsoleted renting.