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Airlines are constantly trying to find new ways to win customers. In this never-ending competition, carriers — mostly international ones — are now
Traveling at the speed of sound to get to your destination is the dream for any traveler out there, and although that hasn’t
A winter storm delayed transportation from the midwest to the east coast. Nationwide, more than 530 flights had been canceled and
The Italian Lakes have long been synonymous with glitz and glamour.
After all, they’re a favourite with the A-list, boast seriously spectacular scenery,
Jumping over babies, marching ducks and ‘mooning’ at Amtrak trains: The oddest traditions from around the world revealed People in the Hungarian town
Sitting on the balcony, all-inclusive cocktail in my hand, I lived like a king as I surveyed my private pool and the Mediterranean
Small-town presidents vs. big-city presidents — is there a difference? Many U.S. presidents hail from small towns, but not New York City born-and-raised
Spending the day at the Wimbledon tennis tournament, walking along Hadrian’s Wall and celebrating the summer solstice at Stonehenge are also featured.
This file photo from January 2018 shows cancellations on a flight departure board at Boston Logan during a previous winter storm. (Photo: Scott
Five years after they tied the knot, Florida Georgia Line‘s Brian Kelley and his wife Brittney have said “I do” once again.
The Balearic Islands' government has been trying to push for new legislation targeting alcohol at all-inclusive hotels since last year.
Visitors heading to Edinburgh could end up facing a tourism tax in the near future as the city’s council considers proposal for
The UK is home to a huge number of festivals, both big and small. The only problem, of course, is choosing which one
The government shutdown continues to affect national parks and monuments across the United States, causing trash to pile up at some of the country’s
An American Airlines flight crew fell ill on a flight to Florida Thursday and asked to be taken to the hospital as a
The Mediterranean island, located just south of Turkey, boasts year-round warm weather with average temperatures of 32C in the summer months.
London Stansted airport is undergoing a huge £160million transformation and now holidaymakers have been given a sneak peek of what’s planned.
A Delta Connection Embraer E170 lands at Los Angeles International Airport in September 2018. (Photo: Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren, special for USA TODAY)
Our columnist, Jada Yuan, is visiting each destination on our 52 Places to Go in 2018 list. This dispatch brings her to
These sunny Spanish islands, just off the coast of northwestern Africa, boast beautiful beaches, sprawling deserts and volcanic landscapes.
Plus, you'll find
For many, it will be a moment of nostalgia; for others, the chance for a little mid-winter excitement, or a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Whatever
Country singer Kalie Shorr‘s sister has died of a drug overdose.
Shorr, 24, revealed the devastating news Sunday through a heartfelt message via
DALLAS (AP) — The partial government shutdown is starting to affect air travel.
Over the weekend, some airports had long lines at
Disneyland’s admission prices will be going up as they open a Star Wars branded wing to the theme park.
As Star Wars fans
Which President Broke More Campaign Promises: Donald Trump or Barack Obama? And How Former Presidents Compare »
While presidents kept some of the most famous campaign promises, they also broke quite a few. Donald Trump seems to be doing a
Ryanair cabin crew in Spain call off the first day of strike action – but further walkouts later this week could still go
You know the feeling: You’re watching a movie and wish you could step into the screen and be immediately transported to the
Ryanair passengers may be hit with travel disruption in Spain as cabin crew stage three 24-hour strikes Ryanair’s Spanish cabin crew are staging
SEATTLE – Alaska Airlines flights are back in the air after a nationwide ground stop that was apparently caused by a power outage.
SAMANA, Dominican Republic — Martha Leticia Wilmore, a retired schoolteacher who lives in the port town with a population of roughly 100,000 people