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A Qantas A380 superjumbo collided with another of the airline's Boeing 747-400 jumbos at Los Angeles International Airport, causing damage to the wing tips of both planes and stranding passengers overnight.
Tourist visas can take time - and a bite out of the traveler's wallet.
If you've thoroughly sated your appetite for generic cruises on mega-ships, here are five out of the ordinary experiences.
Residents of a southern Arizona town are monitoring a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint in a bid to remove longstanding interior checkpoints on the roads leading into the town.
T-Mobile shakes up the industry with sensible, value-driven pricing.
Clash between police and protesters resulted in a few injuries and the inability of 5,000 tourists to visit Machu Picchu.
Yes? No? "Well, there's a little bit of truth to both sides."
Delta Airlines, which settled a lawsuit in 2012 over the same issue, has apologized to a nursing mother for employee tweets telling her she would need a nursing cover on an upcoming flight.
If these airport can, why can't US airports do the same?
In a first ever, the DOT fines an airline for not adequately handling communications with families of passengers involved in deadly crash last July.
As if norovirus hasn't been enough for the cruise industry, here comes a different but familiar virus.
Record company, airline and space travel apparently not enough for Sir Richard. Now he's looking to be a significant player in the cruise industry.
Some airlines have started monitoring customers' social media and responding with better service.
The captain of the Costa Concordia boarded the ship Thursday for the first time since it crashed into the rocks off Italy's Giglio island, killing 32 people.
No big surprise: airlines are following the money.
Somehow we feel that Ryanair's latest statement needs to be taken with a massive grain of salt.
The driver told Utah officers she was unaware that flashing red and blue lights were a signal to pull over and stop.
Florida start-up airline Florida Express Jet has indefinitely canceled its March launch date just two weeks after the airline went public with its inaugural flight schedule.
That's a hefty tab for a family of four or five. Oh, but children between the ages of 3 and 9 get a $6.00 discount.
Did we trade inordinately long tarmac delays in the past for more cancellations now?
American Airlines this week became the latest major U.S. airline to end its policy of offering bereavement fares
As measured by alcohol consumption per capita. Some surprise inclusions and omissions.
A beautiful view can be as exciting as the ping of the seatbelt sign going off.
A Phoenix TSA agent was unsure whether he could accept a traveler's driver's license issued in the nation's capital.
Move by the European Parliament may spark a trade war with nationalities who want such decisions made by the International Civil Aviation Organization.
One of more than 40 such buildings in Nanjing alone, this one was confirmed only in 2003 when a former captive identified it.
31 passengers who were aboard the ill-fated February 2013 Carnival Triumph voyage are in a Miami courtroom seeking compensation for pain and suffering.
New parameters designed to attract business travelers and reward deep-pocketed passengers.
Remember where you are reading this (The Onion … it's a spoof, but funny)
What exactly are the parameters TSA uses to decide who qualifies and who doesn't?