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Some are in exotic locales, while one is London's Canary Wharf metro station.
U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee. D-Houston, implied in turn that the woman who lost her seat was guilty of racism.
The Moxy, a new Marriott brand, offers "clean, stylish, quality rooms" in central Manhattan for as little $99 per night.
Sometimes for pilots the devil is in the details.
Air India issued an apology and assured appropriate corrective actions.
A 64-year-old Jordanian claims that his VW Beetle hotel is the smallest in the world.
The crooks operated in Rio de Janeiro’s international airport by duplicating the luggage labels of innocent passengers traveling domestically to send suitcases of cocaine abroad.
The chaos at Atlanta highlights the larger problem of aging infrastructure of American airports.
Fascinating stats show BA as #1, then DL UA LH AA AC and Norwegian (does anyone know their code!?).
Most major airlines now demand minimum spending thresholds known as “elite qualifying dollars” (EQDs) to attain elite status, making mileage runs for status less attractive for some travelers.
More than 100 days after Hurricane Irma devastated the island of St. John, Virgin Islands National Park reported that all beaches, trails and roads are open.
It seems some Southwest passengers play the airline version of saving seats at the movies or hotel pool.
TSA agents unaware that DC is inside the US.
Amtrak’s latest fatal accident near Seattle could discourage ridership and further tarnish the service's reputation for safety
There are three U.S. based hopefuls on the horizon.
No, you weren't paranoid. Your iPhone did slow down after an iOS update.
United saw its favorability drop from 57 percent to 35 percent in one week after Dr. Dao was dragged off a plane, but it has since rebounded to its normal mediocre rating of 48 percent.
Two Malaysian politicians have slammed the flight crew uniforms of local airlines Firefly, Malindo, and AirAsia, saying their revealing designs could “arouse passengers.”
It was a luxurious form of travel for those who could afford it.
Owners claim the grounded Boeing is the only plane in the world licensed for weddings.
The chaos caused by a nearly 11-hour power outage at the world’s busiest airport is fizzling out, but consequences linger.
A known tight curve, a lack of "Positive Train Control" technology, and engineer error are all suspected as contributing factors.
What sounds to be a simple choice, isn't.
Southwest CEO Gary Kelly is pledged to use the expected windfall to buy new planes, hire more staff, and hold the line on fare increases.
The passenger says she was “shocked” by how United chose to handle the situation.
Pittsburgh is one of several midsize cities taking costly steps to resize their airports for a new set of needs on the ground.
Sometimes the Magic Kingdom is less than magical.
The Indiana Attorney General has filed a suit against Abbey Inn & Suites in Brown County, Indiana.
At least 11 people died and at least seven Americans were injured when a bus carrying Royal Caribbean cruise ship passengers to Mayan ruins flipped over on a highway.