Japan Airlines has included a new tool in its online booking process that allows passengers to check how close their potential seat will be to people traveling with babies.
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Articles by Josh Coulson
Most wouldn't put Halloween and Italian cuisine together in the same sentence. This Pittsburgh restaurant is looking to change that.
Japan has always been ahead of the curve when it comes to train travel, something it continues to prove in 2019.
We've heard of parents apologizing for crying babies on flights, but a snoring dad being forced to hand out care packages is a new one on us.
It is a butler's job to cater to a person's every whim, but this Las Vegas butler takes his job to the next level and is incredibly serious about it.
Despite having a number of problems of their own, ex-Thomas Cook employees have been helping wronged holidaymakers absolutely free of charge.
Emotional support animals don't begin and end with cats and dogs, and you might well have shared a flight with a peacock or even a kangaroo.
The runners of Ski Week and Yacht Week are going to pay two people to cover their events on social media, and you can apply for the job.
Flight attendants ask us to turn off our cell phones or put them in "flight mode" prior to take off, but do you know the reason why that is?
NASA is giving everyone and anyone the chance to send their name to Mars. You can also get a novelty boarding pass as well as "frequent flyer points" to the red planet.
It might seem like the seat you pick on a plane is an arbitrary decision. It actually says a lot more about a person than you might think.
It might be a small world, but some of its many countries are a lot harder to gain entry to than others.
Thousands around the world are now out of work due to Thomas Cook going bust, and some other businesses are doing all they can to help.
We don't often put the words sabbatical and Antarctica together, but we are incredibly glad that Airbnb has done so.
Delta has slashed prices on a number of internal flights in the US, but you'll have to act fast as the sale ends incredibly soon.
Ever wondered why pretty much every flight you've ever taken cruises at 36,000 feet? There are actually a number of reasons.
Two tourists have been arrested for approaching and peering into Old Faithful at Yellowstone National Park, but they're lucky to still be alive.
TSA officers Brenda Irizarry and Jessie Ashton are being rightly praised after their quick thinking saved the life of a special-needs passenger.
An elderly couple is currently awaiting trial for smuggling cocaine. The twist? They're claiming a Jamaican businessman tricked them into doing it.