When tourism growth meets hungry alligators, it's a good idea to put up a few warning signs.
Governments need to crack down on unsafe shipments of rechargeable lithium batteries because leaving it all up to the airlines, which don't want to publicize any safety lapses, will accomplish nothing.
The FAA didn't find Allegiant's safety lapses as to be so extensive as to warrant enforcement action. On the other hand, there is cause for concern because deficiencies were found in several areas of the airline's operations.
Everything is moving so slowly around the disappearance of flight MH370, including the implementation of safety reforms and the search for the missing plane.
Uber's hiring of political heavyweights to staff its policy team appears to be paying dividends.
We will argue that "A bear doesn't care" is one of the cooler tourism slogans we've seen all year.
Better technology tools from travel management companies can help put female travelers into safer situations on the road.
Aircraft makers and airlines may have made their product safer than ever, but humans on the ground are screwing things up with a regularity that's disturbing.
It seems a bit extreme to try to scare everyone away, but this year's Olympic games so far are becoming the worst-case-scenario that 2014's World Cup was able to avoid.
Allegiant Air is another low-cost carrier struggling to build a positive image in the U.S.