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After almost seven years of negotiations, the union reached an agreement with the airline that gives its members $160 million in back pay and raises of 20 percent.
Southwest Airlines Mechanics Approve Contract, Ending Long Impasse
Here are the restaurant and bar openings to expect.
The Hamptons Prepares for Its Summer Season
The airline said many oversized items, which it was charging $150 to check, will now be considered standard baggage and cost only $30.
Update: Taking a Cello or a Surfboard on a Plane? American Airlines Just Cut Its Fees
Empty hiking trails and winding roads suit the the 52 Places Traveler’s mood in Slovakia.
Alone, Happily Alone, in the Tatra Mountains
Analysts estimate that offers of visas and passports drive more than $20 billion a year in investments.
Special Incentive for Property Buyers: A Foreign Passport
Thermal imaging reveals surprisingly little “glue” between the famous rock’s face and sheets that are peeling off it.
Trilobites: Peering Beneath a Source of El Capitan’s Deadly Rockfalls
Recreational vehicles offer travelers the thrill of the open road and the comforts of home. Here’s how to get started.
Travel Tips: 6 Simple Tips to Get Into R.V. Travel
Some 2.75 trillion points and miles are earned each year, with many more options on where to spend them. Airline tickets and hotel rooms may be the best choices.
What Is a Reward Point Worth? It Depends
More than 20 years after war upended this breathtakingly beautiful land in the Balkans, a writer explores her faith, and the challenges of history.
A Journey to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Where Sleeping Beauty Awakens
Krumulus, a small bookstore in Germany, has everything a kid could want: parties, readings, concerts, plays, puppet shows, workshops and book clubs.
BOOKS TERRITORY: More Than Just Children’s Books