Some carriers may permit in-flight personal cell phone usage by the end of the year. Is anyone really asking for this? more»

Though it's been open for a number of years, it was only last week that Peru's sacred city of Caral was officially named a tourist destination. The 5,000-year-old city is the oldest in the Americas, and among the oldest in the world. It's far less known than Peru's other major archeological site, Machu Picchu, and is still somewhat off the main tourist track, though that's expected to change in the coming years. more»

Northwest is introducing a special boarding line for its elite frequent flyers. more»

Just last week, Expedia launched two new tools that may help travelers save money on their summer vacations by combating rising fuel costs: one for airfare and one for car travel. more»

Popular low-cost carrier JetBlue continues its rapid route expansion, this week announcing the addition of three new cities to its more»

On the heels of last week's disclosure that British Airways is the target of an investigation into price fixing via phony fuel surcharges, a new lawsuit filed Friday accuses three other major carriers of price fixing on transatlantic more»

As we head into this busy holiday travel week, now's a good time for a quick refresher course on how to zip through the more»

From August 10 to October 10, U.S. passport holders will be able to get visas to visit North Korea. A handful of tour operators are offering packages for this brief and rare window. During these two months, the Arirang Festival and the Mass Games will be held. more»

If you think the recent scourge of airline-fuel-surcharge increases has been practically criminal, you're not alone. Britain's Office of Fair Trading and the U.S. Justice Department are investigating allegations of "price fixing" by the airlines. more»

The airport (SFO) is set to become the first in the U.S. to screen every piece of passenger cargo for more»