The US and Canada share information from their no-fly lists, but there’s very little Canadians can do if they think they’re being flagged and delayed from boarding flights in error. It’s not just an inconvenience — it’s stigmatizing.
The airline said it had found "no evidence that it's a cyberattack."
Laptops, tablets, cameras and other items larger than cellphones are banned on passenger cabins of direct US-bound flights from certain airports in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Morocco, Qatar, Egypt, Turkey, and Jordan. Britain imposed similar restrictions on flights from six countries, while France and Canada said they were considering their own measures.
As Trump's executive orders on who can and cannot enter the US from seven countries are clarified, an MIT professor has built a repository to help gain clarity for travelers.
Travel writer Jessica Nabongo, whose blog post “Countries To Move To If Trump Becomes President” became a hit, is keeping her options open.
There are no cashiers. No cash registers. No computers to ring up bills and no credit card machines. Instead, there is just a bowl, into which people drop voluntary cash amounts. Remarkably, the honor system is working, says Curto Café’s owner.
Planning a visit to see retreating glaciers, the Great Barrier Reef or Machu Picchu? Tread lightly, one travel reporter says.
Amtrak officials are planning to replace the analog Solari board in Philadelphia's 30th Street Station with a digital one. It's one of the last remaining terminals in the United States with the old-school board.
There is one place that has largely — though not entirely — escaped the carnage seen elsewhere: Tartus, on the sea.
This phone app provides you with a guided tour from 30,000 feet in the air.
The TSA is set up to stop yesterday's threats, instead of tomorrow's. This security and privacy expert says we could fix long airport lines with more money, or we could reform TSA for the real security situation.