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Common sense about scents.
Dromomania is the medical term used to describe an "abnormal impulse to travel."
A BBC reporter learns that women going through Cairo airport security may find their sanitary products confuse and alarm security staff.
Add one more item to your list of travel concerns.
Disgust or amusement would be in the eye of the beholder.
Tourism PC run amok.
The bright red cubicle features 300 prayers from various religions in 65 different languages.
This "important" survey reveals also that this compares with about 8 percent who are members of the "Mile High Club."
Fun facts about national borders.
Great, more angry, jittery passengers.
More to this story than just the usual 'bad air-plane air.'
A female passenger aboard a Ryanair flight claims she’s “mortified” after footage of her giving a lap dance to a fellow passenger went viral online.
Unsurprisingly, it's the tea and coffee made from the water of dubious quality in the plane's tanks.
I've flown a LOT, but I've never been asked (thank god) to render an opinion on aircraft operation!
Not quite Darwin Award quality, but close.
Not sure I believe this, but interesting none the less.
Another victory for recycling.
America’s Dairyland’ requires a stamp of approval to sell butter, freezing out artisanal and foreign creameries. It’s led gourmands to cross state lines and producers to churn out lawsuits.
There's so much bad science (or just a total lack of science) in this article. Lovely idea, but not going to happen.
"Roughing it" may now describe a campground with a slow internet connection.
Yes, common sense and norms of proper behavior are dead.
Was the Chinese pilot trying to say "fault?"
And what about the women (and men) who place their purses and shopping bags on the seat next to them?
Depending where you're standing on the US coastline and looking straight ahead, Australia might be in your gaze, but for the earth's curvature.
Must be nice to be a city where this is one of the biggest things to worry about!
Pretty funny side gig.
All that's needed is Don Draper aboard!
Air New Zealand has opened it temporarily to show off the quality of its in-flight food.
To limit people to 2 ft of toilet paper every 9 minutes.
A passenger on a previous flight had reported leaving the pet snake behind by mistake.