A Colombian passenger plane was intercepted and escorted from Venezuelan airspace by a Venezuelan fighter plane, the government in Bogota revealed Saturday.
Croatia's national air carrier, Croatia Airlines on Wednesday celebrated 20 years of Zagreb - Sarajevo flights with the airline's CEO Kresimir Kucko announcing the airline's stronger presence in...
In a move that could see driverless buses plying between a metro station and a university, Singapore's transport authority announced Wednesday it was launching a trial of the vehicles.
Global taxi-hailing giant Uber has begun offering rides for the equivalent of as little 50 US cents in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore with its new rickshaw service.
US officials are banning all Samsung Galaxy Note7 phones from all flights amid concerns about the devices catching fire.
Train services resumed at a railway station in southern Germany after it was evacuated because of a bomb threat early Tuesday.
France's government, in a move to avoid the planned closure of a train factory owned by French manufacturer Alstom, said Tuesday that it would invest in 15 high-speed TGV trains.
The City of Osijek and the public transportation utility (GPP) have launched a 100-million-euro project of overhaul and development of the public transportation fleet, and the city authorities and...
The European Commission took Germany to court on Thursday over a controversial road toll system, arguing that it discriminates against drivers from other EU member states.
One person was killed and 108 injured when a commuter train hurtled into a rail terminal and struck a barrier Thursday in New Jersey, just outside New York City, authorities said.
One of the world's biggest motor shows opened to professionals on Thursday, with manufacturers unveiling new concepts whose greatest features are measured in their absence.
An unauthorized drone forced air traffic at Dubai International Airport to be temporarily halted on Wednesday, authorities said.
There have been 40 incidents involving drones in German airspace this year, air traffic controllers said on Sunday.
Austrian airport officials made the "strangest find of the past year" after discovering a man's intestines being taken through customs by a female passenger.
Airbus has received a license from the US government to sell its first 17 aircraft to Iran, part of a larger deal inked earlier this year, a company spokesman said on Wednesday.