Every year, over 30 million travelers pass through South Korea's Incheon Airport.
Parents and kids are separated because of the volcanic ash problem. CNN's T.J. Holmes reports.
A few dozen test flights Sunday offered hope that the skies over much of Europe may be safe for air travel, but officials made no promises that the massive disruptions due to volcanic ash are about to go away.
CNN's Richard Quest investigates how the worrying numbers of a global financial crisis could affect the travel industry.
Your delayed flight is bad news for you and your airline, but it's money in the bank for the airports.
Life as a business traveler doesn't have to wind up like the movies "Terminal" or "Jet Lag" where the main characters find themselves idling away at the airport.
When it comes to the airport experience, terminals in Asia are a cut above the rest, according to a recent independent survey of air passengers.