The shipping news Sat Jan 18
Madame Tussauds has removed its wax figures of Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, from their display of Britain's royal family.
Delta Air Lines is creating its own version of a "digital concierge" to tie customers more tightly to the carrier for travel needs ranging from navigating traffic to booking a hotel.
If you're a small-ship cruiser perhaps 2020 is the year to go even smaller and discover Adriatic ports inaccessible to big-ship crowds.
Analysis from nearly 60 million flight records reveals which airline is most likely to get you to your destination on time.
Tourist trinket stalls in an array of iconic locations in Rome are to be banned in an attempt to clear up unsightly clutter in the city's historic centre.
The curse of passengers relaxing just that bit too much in the air has struck once again.
Australia has climbed one place in the annual rankings, with two more countries granting us entry without an advance visa.
A new ban on clothing that might be considered "offensive" has frequent Carnival Cruise Lines travellers wondering who gets to decide what the word means.
One of Puerto Rico's iconic natural wonders - a soaring stone arch along the southern coast known as Punta Ventana or Window Point - collapsed early Monday as a 5.79 magnitude earthquake rattled the island.
Sick of sterile digs? Kick back with some old-time Malaysia flavour with a modern twist.
The mayor of a tiny Austrian village has begged tourists to stay away, as up to 10,000 daily visitors swarm its streets in search of the perfect photograph.