They may not be on your radar just yet, but these 10 airlines are gobbling up every new aircraft Airbus and Boeing can throw at them.
Just what exactly does it mean when Frontier Airlines says it’s transitioning into an “ultra-low-cost” carrier?
Luxury hotel chain Four Seasons has a lofty new goal: taking its brand to the skies.
Global telecommunications companies will earn $57 billion in roaming charges this year -- but they don't have to.
In the battle for U.S. tourism supremacy, there are really only two competitors: New York and Orlando.
Cliven Bundy And The Second Sagebrush Rebellion: A Brief History Of The Movement To ‘Reclaim’ The American West
How did so much U.S. land west of the 100th meridian get gobbled up by the federal government?
Roughly 100 people are known to have stowed away under planes during flights worldwide, and only a fraction of them survived.
Sherpa guides issued an ultimatum to the government of Nepal, threatening to cease work on Mount Everest until conditions change.
More than 100,000 visitors are expected to descend on downtown Denver this weekend for cannabis-related festivities.
Before social media, the worst thing your kid could do was prank call 911. Now, they can threaten an airplane with the click of a button.
Foreign runners made their debut at Pyongyang’s annual marathon Sunday as North Korea sprinted toward its own ambitious tourism goals.
TripAdvisor’s 2014 Travelers’ Choice awards for destinations offers a barometer for what’s in and what’s out in global travel.
Last year was the best for airline performance in a quarter of a century, but that doesn’t mean it’s an entirely rosy picture.
Cruise Labor Under Spotlight After Brazil Accuses Ship Of Subjecting Staff To ‘Slave-Like Conditions’
Brazilian police say they’ve rescued 11 crew members from “slave-like conditions” on board the cruise ship MSC Magnifica.
If Macau is China’s Las Vegas, Hengqin Island is about to become its Orlando.
Was it a case of editorial oversight or an insensitive dig at the beleaguered competition?
Right now, they’re undeveloped islands, noisy construction sites and dreams that exist only on computers.
The Brazilian government has promised big economic benefits from hosting the World Cup, but will they pan out?
Singapore's Changi airport has a pool, movie theater and butterfly garden, and it was just named the best airport in the world.
The U.S. Department Of State is supposed to be the go-to source for advice on global travel, but its message about Ukraine is baffling.
Armed with a Web-based toolkit of Skype, Google Docs and social media, a growing number of professionals are ditching the office for life on the road.
Residents of lower-income U.S. states pay up to $150 more for a round-trip ticket.
Port St. Johns' Second Beach in South Africa has been called the deadliest beach in the world, and it lived up to that reputation on Saturday.
Could too many national parks be a bad thing for the United States? Some congressional Republicans think so.
It’s official: If you lived in this region of the world, you’d be much happier.
Whether you prefer to indulge in all-inclusive luxury or escape the beaten path altogether, we’ve got a Spring Break idea for you.
When thick neon clouds hover above the Indian subcontinent each March, it's a sign that Holi has begun.
According to the Aviation Safety Network, more than 80 aircraft have been declared “missing” since 1948.
Java's death-defying sulfur miners are the last of a dying breed that once worked volcanoes from Chile to New Zealand and Italy.
Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 Prompts Questions Over What Happens When A Passport Is Stolen Abroad
Luigi Maraldi’s passport was stolen in Thailand last July, but someone used it to board a now-missing Malaysia Airlines flight.