STORE

travel

AP Photo

First Zika Baby Born with Defects in San Diego

Though national news of Zika infections have quieted with a winter slowdown in spread of the disease, San Diego, California recently saw the first baby born with a severe Zika-related birth defect.

AP Photo

Chinese Tourists Lead Police On Highway Chase

SAN DIEGO, California — A family vacationing in San Diego from China were confused and did not yield to a police officer’s sirens as they sped down a freeway on Sunday night.

LAX (Mark Ralston / AFP / Getty)

Pro-ISIS Group Threatens LAX, JFK, Heathrow

Terrorist threats against several airports — Los Angeles International Airport, London’s Heathrow and New York’s JFK — were posted to what has been identified as a pro-Islamic State Twitter account ahead of what is supposed to be a record-breaking fourth of July weekend for travel out of LAX.

A direct flight to Havana, Cuba, is listed on a screen in JetBlue Airways Corp.'s Terminal 5 at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) airport in New York, U.S., on Friday, Aug. 7, 2015. The largest airline at JFK by passengers, JetBlue will be building a 505-room, $250 million TWA …

Texas-Based Southwest, American Airlines Clear to Fly to Cuba

Two Dallas-Fort Worth-based commercial airlines are now clear for take-off to airports in Cuba according to the Obama Administration’s “efforts to normalize relations”. Within the year, American travelers can expect up to 90 daily round-trip flights between the United States and nine destinations on the Communist island nation.

Mike Huckabee, Kim Davis

New CA Bill Boycotts Religious Freedom States

A new bill before the California legislature would prohibit government-funded travel to states that have passed religious freedom laws that the legislature decides are unfair to the LGBT community.

GALI TIBBON/AFP/Getty Images

At Tel Aviv Port, Once the Gateway into the Land of Israel

The Times of Israel reports: In 1938, a bridge was built over the Yarkon River to celebrate the opening of the Reading Power Station. The cornerstone read: “This bridge will be important in the expansion of Tel Aviv on both

Cubana airlines (Ronaldo Schemidt / AFP / Getty)

LAX Charter Flights to Cuba Take Off

On Saturday, the first flights from the West Coast to Havana, Cuba, were initiated, although must tourists are still banned from visiting Cuba.

Cross-Border terminal construction (Michelle Moons / Breitbart News)

1st Cross-Border Air Terminal Opens in California

Border security remains a heated issue as America braces for the Wednesday opening of the country’s first cross-border airport terminal in California–one of the only such terminals in the world.

AP Photo

Poll: Greece Financial Crisis Likely to Disturb Tourist Industry

The poll found that UK, France, Germany and the Netherlands appear to view the perception of Greece more negatively due to the current situation. However, the study showed countries that were more impacted by the economic crisis across Europe had a less negative opinion of Greece as a tourist destination.

AP Photo

Liam Neeson Says ‘Taken’ Series has Ruined Europe for Americans

Actor Liam Neeson’s Taken series is known for its high-octane and suspenseful approach to handling international kidnappers. However, the first two chapters of what has now become a trilogy are not known for portraying Europe in a very positive light.

London Taxis

Coalition Spent £50m On First Class Travel

The coalition has spent £50m on First Class travel and taxis since it came into office in 2010. This is despite pledging to put an end to luxury travel. The figures were released after a parliamentary question from a Labour MP,