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France’s Tourism Challenges: Floods, Strikes and Security

Tourism to France may hit a few bumps, but it's never not bounced back. And with the Euro lower agains the dollar and the pound, its prospects are even better this season, despite the many setbacks.

U.S. Airlines Cancel Over 6,600 Flights Due to Blizzard in the Northeast

It's been a good winter so far for the airlines. Outside of this weekend, can they continue their string of good luck?

It Is Already a Winter Weather Transportation Mess on the U.S. East Coast

There go the stellar on-time ratings that airlines have so far been blessed with this winter.

Post-Holiday Air Travel in Central U.S. Hits Weather-Related Snag

Pity the passenger that transits through Chicago from November to May.

Chicago Airports Planning for More Than 4 Million Passengers Over Holidays

The only word that means anything at Chicago airports this time of year is "weather."

Indonesian Volcanoes Close Three Airports, Force Evacuations

"Ring of Fire" makes a better title for a Johnny Cash song than it does a tourism slogan.

Indonesian Travel Disrupted as 2 Volcanoes Erupt and Close 3 Airports

While it's a terrible weekend for this to happen, as least people are safe.

Bali Is Managing Its Own Volcanic Ash Cloud Moment

Best-case scenario is Bali can turn its volcano-inspired troubles in to tourism gold like Iceland did.

30-Minute Flight Takes Nine Hours Thanks to Dallas Ice

What's interesting is if American's maneuvering with the nine-hour flight means it won't have to pay penalties for tarmac delays.