Whether your dream vacation involves trekking through ancient ruins or sunbathing on foreign shores, odds are it doesn’t come cheap. However, there are ways to see the world without spending a bundle.
If you have a taste for adventure and don’t mind brain-rattling washboard roads, head out to Death Valley’s Racetrack, one of the national park’s most famous sights.
With only eight Big Boys left, No. 4014 is the only operating Big Boy train in the world and is still owned by Union Pacific.
Kitty Block, president of the Humane Society of the United States, calls the ban discriminatory and misguided.
A year after tying for first place in customer satisfaction, Las Vegas’ airport fell to third in the annual ranking.
The refuge, just south of Alamo, is the year-round home to many birds and other wildlife, as well as a layover stop for thousands of migrating birds in spring and fall.
Whether you’re planning to make the journey next weekend to “see them aliens” or you’d rather wait for a more leisurely, peaceful weekend, these stops can help break up the 150-mile drive.
If you can get away this month, head up to the Markagunt Plateau, a wonderful destination to drive the network of scenic roads and hopefully take in some brilliant color.
The Innovation Checkpoint, which went live in June, has already processed more than 14,000 passengers.
The Transportation Security Administration is testing the automation of the identity verification in a TSA PreCheck lane at McCarran International Airport.
The discount air carrier will begin flights in mid-November, and offer introductory fares as low as $15 on some flights.
At the close of the Boyd Group International Aviation Forecast Summit, Clark County Aviation Director Rosemary Vassiliadis urges unity on funding airport improvements.
The Great Gallery in Utah’s Horseshoe Canyon, about 330 miles northeast of Las Vegas, is one of the most significant rock art sites in the Southwest.
An outage impacting U.S. Customs and Border Protection computer systems is causing delays at airports around the United States including in Las Vegas.
Vending machines have grown from the days when they featured just snacks and soft drinks and now are a great retail tool for an airport that operates around the clock.