Over 1,000 flights -- and growing -- to/from the path of Hurricane Florence canceled as of 5:00pm ET on Wed. Sept. 12. Amtrak and cruise lines also canceling/rerouting. Change fees generally waived.
Planes are always faster! No. Trains are always cheaper! No. Trains are always more eco-friendly. Definitely. The Trains vs. Planes debate is important and requires some thinking through, but it's not rocket science.
Of course it's happened. And no matter how careful you are, you too might lose your phone while traveling. Will you know what to do? USA Today provides "must-do" steps if you find yourself in this drama.
Beercation. Yes, that's a thing now. And the world's first beer hotel is taking it to the next level. In-room taps, shower mini-bars... It's all here, thanks to a successful crowd-funding campaign by Scottish craft brewery BrewDog.
Thick forests awash in brilliant hues -- when you're lucky, you can catch the gorgeous fall foliage reflecting off a pristine, mirror-surfaced lake. Well, there's actually no need to hope for luck in the matter. Here are Afar magazine's top ...
Despite concerning news you may be hearing about goings-on in Mexico tourism areas, the U.S. State Dept. has found no reason to elevate the status of its Mexico travel warning. Cancun remains at Level 2, the same as England.
Concerns regarding health attacks on embassy workers early this year raised the warning level on Cuba travel. It's now been determined the average traveler is as safe in Cuba as in France, Germany, or Italy.
One word -- competition. With the arrival of highly rated, low-cost long-haul carriers and the responding stripped-down fares from traditional carriers, getting from the US to Europe no longer has to cost a small fortune.
New program will alert passengers before they leave home if their flight is overbooked, giving them the opportunity to book new flights and possibly even receive compensation.
Boom Supersonic is bringing back commercial air travel faster than the speed of sound -- a feat not seen since the Concorde. The CEO's master plan sees 2,000 jets serving destinations across the globe, with flights beginning in 2025.