Europe

British Airways first class called 'filthy' and 'disgusting'

British Airways first class called 'filthy' and 'disgusting'

Is there no longer any refuge from the humiliations of economy class?

"Hold on, folks, we're landing sideways."

Shocking video shows planes attempting to land in treacherous cross-winds at Birmingham International Airport, UK
TripAdvisor names 10 best Berlin hotels

TripAdvisor names 10 best Berlin hotels

Finding the perfect hotel in the German capital has never been easy ... until now
Zaanse Schans: Where beautiful windmills turn back the clock

Zaanse Schans: Where beautiful windmills turn back the clock

On the outskirts of Amsterdam, a forest of traditional windmills resists the wind of change to produce oil, spices and colorings
50 years on, why Churchill still matters

50 years on, why Churchill still matters

British landmarks celebrate the incredible life of the audacious politician who led his country to victory in World War II
 Is now the time to visit Russia?

Is now the time to visit Russia?

Recent turmoil has dented Russia's appeal to tourists. But should it be scrapped from travel itineraries?
Airbus' Beluga set to get even larger

Airbus' Beluga set to get even larger

New models of the giant white whale of the skies will enter service in 2020
9 private cruises you'll want to book right now

9 private cruises you'll want to book right now

Private charters carry all the essential luxuries while heading to the coolest offbeat destinations in the Mediterranean
Heathrow, Gatwick: 2014 'busiest ever'

Heathrow, Gatwick: 2014 'busiest ever'

73.4 million passengers at Heathrow. That's more than 200,000 per day!
Show goes on as defiant Paris opens glitzy new Philharmonic

Show goes on as defiant Paris opens glitzy new Philharmonic

Just days after deadly attacks, French capital remembers victims at opening of prestigious new music venue
Transatlantic flight nears supersonic speeds

Transatlantic flight nears supersonic speeds

Passengers taking the JFK to Heathrow red-eye on British Airways got a helpful boost from stronger-than-average winds, cutting 90 minutes off the scheduled flight time