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Read about Jingjing, a Patagonian penguin who alters his migration each year to visit the Brazilian man who saved his life.
Backpackers like to try exotic food. But would you try axolotl, badger curry, or a cockroach platter. Well, this Japanese restaurant offers the chance!
The new FlyShip is a plane/ship/hovercraft hybrid that promises to revolutionise how we travel across oceans.
Amsterdam is now home to Europe's first dedicated gamer hotel, offering consoles in every room and a huge comic book library in the lobby.
Thrill seekers are always after the next big thrill. ‘WingBoarding’ could be it, a new extreme sport that’s basically wakeboarding behind a plane.
A Canadian teenager has invented a device that could stop the spread of germs from passenger-to-passenger on aircraft by improving air circulation.
Passengers have videoed the moment a flight was forced into an emergency landing after it was discovered the plane door was partially open.
A new app will give plane passengers the opportunity to swap seats on a flight, meaning you could earn some money to give up your prime spot.
Windspeed Technologies has designed a glass viewing deck that would sit on top of a jet plane, offering incredible 360 degree views above the clouds.
A commercial passenger jet has landed in the Antarctic for the first time, opening up the potential for improved travel links to the frozen continent.