62-year-old Marilyn Jean Hartman insists authorities are allowing her on planes so that they can arrest her.
Iceland raised its alert warning level to maximum on Friday after what it called a small eruption in the Bardarbunga volcano system.
While they won't speed up you next road trip, these fun responses to the 'Are we there yet' question from your little backseat drivers will keep your kids laughing all the way to your destination.
AAA predicts that nearly 35 million Americans will travel at least 50 miles from home over the holiday weekend, most traveling by car.
Heavy rains leave some long-term parking lots, and the cars parked in them, partially submerged at Baltimore-Washington International Airport. WBAL's George Lettis reports.
Conde Nast Traveler contributing editor Mark Ellwood offers TODAY a guide to the best cruise ship deals around.
Make your next road trip more kid (and parent) friendly with a helping hand from plastic.
Travel expert Claire Newell explains how to avoid common mistakes people make with their travel rewards, such as hoarding points instead of using them.
A reader survey by Conde Nast Traveler found that Charleston, South Carolina, is the friendliest city in the land, followed by Savannah, Georgia,and San Antonio, Texas.
Committee members and witnesses testify over their concerns with people operating planes, trains and automobiles while stoned.
Yahoo Travel s Laura Begley Bloom joins TODAY to offer suggestions for hitting the road with your significant other, friends, or the kids, before they head back to school.
With 537 lives lost the popular Asian based carrier has lost 27 of its own crew members. The tragedies hitting home for those who work in the sky everyday. NBC s Miguel Almaguer speaks with family and friends of flight MH17.
Don t let packing for your next big trip stress you out: The Travel Mom, Emily Kaufman, has some helpful tips to help you pack efficiently.
After a horrific zip lining accident in Mexico left Brian Hodges clinging to life, the family s scare is serving as a cautionary tale for others considering vacations abroad. NBC s Joe Fryer reports.
A remorseful woman says she doesn't remember slapping flight attendant, forcing the flight she was on to return, then later kicking a police officer. KVLY's Nicole Johnson reports.
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