The FAA has given JetBlue its stamp of approval to begin serving Chicago....read more»

The October issue of Budget Travel notes the 10 most egregious mistakes many Americans make that contribute to the "ugly American" stereotype overseas....read more»

Hawaii's Big Island was hit by a 6.6 magnitude earthquake Sunday morning, causing power outages, landslides, and damaging bridges. No fatalities have been reported, but several people suffered mild injuries....read more»

November is a great time to visit Grand Cayman. Hurricane season in the Caribbean is winding down but it's not quite time for peak travel, making it the perfect window for savings. Better yet, it's also pirate season. Arrrrrr…shiver me timbers!...read more»

The airline plans to install fully horizontal sleeper suites in its BusinessElite class....read more»

While the incident brings back memories of 9/11, this does not appear to be terrorism-related....read more»

Earlier this year, Travelocity disabled the international functionality of its popular flex-search tool. Here's the good news: That same tool lives on at another website....read more»

Keep those cattle prods handy, folks. Low-cost king Southwest says it needs more time to determine if it will abandon its first-come, first-served boarding approach and begin offering assigned seats....read more»

File this one under old news that bears repeating. Next autumn, London's Eurostar terminal will move from its current location at Waterloo station on the South Bank to St. Pancras station near King's Cross in the north of the city. The big move will shorten travel times between London and other Eurostar destination cities....read more»

Flights these days are as full as they've been since before 9/11. With the holiday travel season approaching, when even more people are expected to be traveling, your chances of getting bumped from a flight are better than ever....read more»

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