If airlines want to regain customers' trust, spending millions on a new brand, like Air France is with Joon, isn't the answer.
This week's biggest travel headlines: a Croatian island tries to take back its dignity from rowdy tourists; Qatar is trying to open up to tourists; and an Asian boxing match gets friendly.
This week's travel headlines: North Korea inches toward success; Canadians get trapped on an Ottawa tarmac; and Switzerland opens a horrifying bridge.
If being a flight attendant was ever a glamorous profession, that arguably ended in the 1960s. But they still deserve our respect for doing a thankless job.
This week's biggest travel headlines: cracking down on dangerous selfies, delays at Canada's biggest airport, and celebrities team up with British Airways.
Canada’s Travel Insurance Companies Just Introduced a New Bill of Rights, But It Won’t Cover Your Dangerous Selfies
If you're hanging from a cliff taking a selfie, no amount of travel insurance can bail you out of the hospital bills. The problem is nobody knows it.
Peruvian protesters banded together to fight against government injustice this week, stranding thousands of tourists at Machu Picchu in the process.
It's easy to look like an idiot smoking sheesha—order the wrong flavour, or any flavour at all, and things could get nasty. Here's a handy guide to smoking hookah like a real Arab.
The number of people who actually live in Barcelona's Gothic district is dropping fast, and it's not the only European city facing this drastic problem.
Plus: An entire island is now an official dark-sky sanctuary and the latest info on Trumps travel ban.