All of concourse C at Palm Beach International Airport was evacuated Tuesday evening after a passenger onboard a Frontier flight made a bomb threat, according to the sheriff's office.
- Women's Health
Yes, we're still talking about this.
- USA TODAY
The United Kingdom will soon implement a "permission to travel" requirement and payment for those looking to visit the area without a visa.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Turkey's largest provider of airport ground handling services, Havaş, has warned of problems with the maintenance of Boeing airliners operated by Russian airlines, Russian media outlet RBC reported, citing a letter that Havaş CEO Mete Erna sent to contractors on Jan. 31.
For over 30 years the Antonov An-225 Mriya was the world’s biggest airplane, a colossal vehicle that was 84 m (275 feet) long and weighed 190 tonnes, but which could still somehow not just get itself into the air, but carry loads of other stuff inside it while doing it.
The cruise line is going to do something that will make some customers mad while having others breathing easier.
This style of travel is growing more popular among the 50-plus set, and it can offer a richer, more relaxing experience
What is slow travel? It’s called slow travel. Inspired by the slow food movement that began in Italy in the 1980s as a reaction to the proliferation of fast food restaurants, slow travel started, well, slowly.
To take advantage, travelers must book by Feb. 14 with the promo code “LOVU23.”
- Business Insider
Billionaire Richard Branson calls the Boeing 747 a 'wonderful beast' after the last jumbo jet is delivered but says it was 'too expensive'
Richard Branson bid farewell to the Boeing 747, but said the daily fuel costs across the Atlantic became too expensive, per Reuters.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Is a superbloom coming? After Arizona's rainy fall and winter, a riotous wildflower season is likely. Here's when to look for poppies and lupines.
I tried van life and lasted just 2 months. Here are the 9 most disappointing parts of life on the road.
I left my New Zealand apartment to travel in a Mazda MPV campervan, but I didn't expect how hard it'd be to find Wi-Fi, save money, and make friends.
As commercial airlines abandon small cities, two start-ups are stepping in to help fix an increasingly messy air travel system in the U.S.
Planning a trip to the Happiest Place on Earth? Here are the best times to go to Disneyland.
I used Amtrak to explore 4 states with my family for $22 per person. Here's what it was like and why it beat flying or driving.
We saved money by buying coach tickets on the Amtrak Keystone Service and the Northeast Regional train instead of traveling by airplane or rental car.
Club Med's Yacht Just Started Sailing All-inclusive Cruises, After a $10-million Makeover — Here's What It's Like on Board
Club Med touts the vessel as the largest sailing yacht in the world.
- Business Insider
Taking a secret 'hush trip' could help with burnout — but might land your company a surprise tax bill
So-called hush trips or "workations" are the latest trend blurring the line between work and travel, and causing headaches for employers.
This Island in South Carolina Has the First Self-governed Town of Formerly Enslaved People in the U.S.
Amid the oaks and palmettos of Hilton Head, the historic site of Mitchelville is a window into Black American history.
The 'world's largest cruise ship' has created a high-tech recycling system to process millions of pounds of water, food, waste and avoid polluting the oceans
Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas, one of the world's largest cruise ships, crushes around 528 gallons of water bottles per week.
- Kansas City Star
It might not take as long as you think to walk through KCI’s new terminal. Here’s what we know.
- LA Times
Much of Los Angeles International Airport lost power Wednesday afternoon, backing up security lines, delaying flights and trapping people in elevators and on at least one plane.
Migrants forced out of a luxury NYC hotel into a shelter have been camping outside the hotel in protest for days
The migrants and advocates say the new facility in a Brooklyn warehouse is cold and doesn't have enough showers.