Footage, filmed over Chile, has emerged of a frame around a window in a passenger plane cabin that had come completely loose. It was uploaded to the internet with the title ‘Should I be concerned?’
Phil and Emma Whiting spent three weeks aboard 16 different trains, travelling through Europe, across Russia, into Mongolia, then onto Beijing and finally Hong Kong.
From the U.S to India, these remarkable photographs show how there are people out there who put others first without hesitation.
Several pilots have revealed to MailOnline Travel exactly how they can get to their destination on time - even if their flight is late in leaving the airport - without breaking any rules.
The Frequent Traveler University, which often hosts talks in the U.S, teaches money saving tips and tricks to travellers looking to fly more cheaply - or for free.
Matt Shardlow, CEO of Peterborough based Bugs Life, spoke about the image on BBC Radio 4's Today programme this morning, saying it is the handiwork of Australian magnetic termites.
Ex-cricketer Simon Hughes went to Greece with his historian sister to see if her bookish off-spring would get active and his sporty kids would be bowled over by Greek culture.
Most flights are uneventful. But these snaps from around the world show that the odd one or two can be rather weird, with sights so bizarre they could put you off flying for life.
German photographer Axel Gomille spent 25 years travelling across India snapping pictures of the Indian subcontinent's diverse wildlife from sloth bears to nilgai and blackbucks.
An Air Asia flight from Perth to Bali that was forced to make an emergency landing was plummeting at a rate of 11 metres per second, an investigation has revealed.
These amazing pictures of the bizarre colour changing lakes in Indonesia have been captured by Milosh Kitchovitch from Canada.
Legendary British photographer Martin Parr's new book, Think of Scotland, showcases the country in a series of never-before-seen photos that capture the magic of everyday life.
After their Westjet flight from Toronto airport to Newfoundland was delayed, Sean Sullivan and Sheldon Thornhill began entertaining the passengers with a sing-a-long.
Self-taught rocket scientist 'Mad' Mike Hughes plans to plans to hurtle over the ghost town of Amboy in the Mojave Desert as the first part of his flat-Earth space programme.
The voting has ended in the America's Best Restroom Contest for 2017 and the winning public toilets for this year are those at the OdySea Aquarium in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Mysterious booms have been reported 64 times this year, in locations including Michigan, Lapland, St Ives, Swansea and Yorkshire (map showing all locations pictured).
Ski resorts in Europe are seeing a demand by wealthy customers for luxury ski lifts. Next month a chairlift will open in Alpe d'Huez, France, that has been designed by Porsche (pictured).
An Australian tour company is offering thousands of dollars in savings on flights to Europe as part of Black Friday sales – but those keen on a cheap trip need to get in quick.
Arlberg Hospiz Hotel in St Christoph, Austria, combines glamour and cosiness, which along with its fairy-tale setting makes it the perfect retreat, writes Lucy Osborne.
Dramatic footage shows the car carnage on a steep, slippery slope in Vladivostok as successive motorists unsuccessfully tackled the snowy hill.
fly to the moon. The criteria for what constitutes human spaceflight vary. The Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) Sporting Code for astronautics recognizes only flights that exceed an altitude of 100 kilometers (62 mi). In the United States, professional, military, and commercial astronauts who travel above an altitude of 50 miles (80 km) are awarded astronaut wings.
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