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Norwegian Cruise Acquires Prestige Cruises for $3B

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, the world's third-largest cruise operator, is acquiring Prestige Cruises International for $3.025 billion.

Back-to-School Travel Tips for College Families

Plan as far ahead as possible, be flexible about the dates and times of travel and find out if the college has free or low-cost airport shuttles.

Lava Gushes From Iceland Volcano

Fountains of lava up to 200-feet high spurt from a fissure in the ground on the north side of the Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland.

Under the Sea: Tourists Have Fish Over Dinner

Tourists have dinner as fish swim around them, at the Tianjin Haichang Polar Ocean World in China.

Spat Over Reclining Seat Forces Plane to Land

'Keep a Low Profile' in Pakistan, State Department Warns

“Hundreds of people have been reported injured and at least three people reportedly killed since protests turned violent,” the State Department says.

Skiing Standoff Could Be Downhill Run for Park City

A legal spat over big bucks and white powder threatens the ski season this year at one of the most popular resorts in the country.

What Killed Atlantic City's $2.4 Billion Casino Hotel?

Revel is shutting down a little over two years after opening with high hopes of revitalizing Atlantic City's struggling gambling market.

Airport Bomb Plot Foiled in Manila, Officials Say

A bid to plant car-bombs at the Philippines' main airport and a nearby shopping mall was foiled on Monday, authorities said.

Jet Forced to Emergency Land After Cabin Depressurizes

The Allegiant flight ran into trouble two hours into its journey from Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Orlando, Florida.

Why Oktoberfest Fans May Not Be So Thirsty This Year

Beer tents at the world-famous Munich Oktoberfest may face a pretzel shortage this year after local bakers threatened to go on strike.

When America's National Parks Turn Deadly

America’s national parks draw hundreds of millions of visitors each year but occasionally serve as a reminder that Mother Nature is unforgiving.

Yellowstone Reminds Tourists: Leave Your Drones at Home

Yellowstone officials say at least three tourists have been cited this summer for illegally flying drones in the park.

Orbitz Ends Dispute with American, US Airways

Orbitz says it reached an agreement that will allow it to continue selling American Airlines and US Airways tickets on its sites.

On the Road! 35 Million Hit Highways for Labor Day

Americans took to the beaches and open road in massive numbers on Friday to kick off one last weekend of summer fun.

Flashback: The Icelandic Eruption That Halted Travel

A volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea has forced some planes to alter their flight paths - a reminder of Iceland's 2010 volcanic eruption, which caused major travel disruptions.

Volcano Erupts in Papua New Guinea, Diverting Flights

A volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea on Friday sent smoke and ash spewing high over the South Pacific island nation.

Labor Day Expected to be Busiest Since 2008 Recession

Volcano Erupts in Papua New Guinea, Diverts Flights

A volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea on Friday sent smoke and ash spewing high over the South Pacific island nation.

Iceland Volcano Erupts Along a Half-Mile Fissure

Magma flowed along a fissure in a lava field in Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano system.

'Are We There Yet?' Surviving the Family Road Trip

These fun responses to the question from your little backseat drivers will keep your kids laughing all the way to your destination.

Stowaway: 'Why Has Gov't Allowed Me to Get Past Security?'

62-year-old Marilyn Jean Hartman insists authorities are allowing her on planes so that they can arrest her.

Red Alert: Eruption Raises Iceland Volcano Threat

Iceland raised its alert level to maximum Friday after a small eruption in the Bardarbunga volcano system - but there was no sign of ash.

What Happens to Malaysia Jets If Airline Goes Bust?

The airline is set for restructuring after back-to-back disasters spooked customers and cost tens of millions.

Reclining-Seat Ruckus: Man Charged After Jet Diverts

An American Airlines passenger who allegedly was upset when the seat in front of him reclined is charged with interfering with the flight crew.

Beach Closed, Keep Out: Billionaire Tries to Block Surfers

A fight between a California billionaire and surfers who want to cross his property is part of a long war over the public's right to reach the beach.

Wild Waves, a Wedding Portrait: The Week in Pictures

A funeral in Ferguson, a doctor escapes Ebola, a truce in Israel and Gaza, surf’s up from Hurricane Marie, earthquake shakes Napa and more.

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'Unruly Passenger' Forces Paris-Bound Jet to Divert

An American Airlines flight from Miami to Paris was diverted to Boston late Wednesday because of an “unruly passenger,” the airline said.

Drunken Women Fight on Plane, NORAD Scrambles

Two Canadian women are facing charges after authorities say they forced a flight bound for Cuba to return to Toronto. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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