SEATTLE TIMES TRAVEL
The Mobile Passport Control app, introduced Thursday at Sea-Tac Airport, will help international travelers navigate through Customs and Border Protection checks more quickly.
As dollar approaches best exchange rate with euro in a decade, it may be time for a European trip and shopping spree
47 million passengers flew last year, up 2.5 percent from prior record. Atlanta was busiest airport in U.S.
Cost is a factor in limiting the streaming of flight data, the Germanwings crash highlights the limits of existing technology.
Business travelers can enjoy an evening along Manhattan’s “Korea Way.”
The two online travel-industry companies have agreed to consolidate; Justice Department is reviewing to ensure competition isn’t harmed.
Ferry reservations make driving to the islands easier than ever. Here are treks to make the trip worthwhile.
The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival runs April 1-30 every year, but this year’s mild winter saw the first tulip field in bloom March 19, the earliest date in festival history.
Morels emerge from scorched understory to prove that few misfortunes come entirely without redemption.
READER’S LENS: Seattle Times reader Mark Wangerin’s photo of a long-eared owl in Eastern Washington.
200 billion frequent-flier miles to be shifted as the frequent-flier accounts are merged.
Lawmakers have approved firing squad as a form of execution. That could give the state, where tourism is big business, a negative image, say some critics.
The airport, which is desperately in need of upgrades, currently limits flights Sundays through Fridays to a distance of 1,500 miles.
Pope John Paul II died 10 years ago this April, and crowds head to his tomb in St. Peter’s Basilica, the Portuguese village of Fatima, and all through his native Poland.
You can drive instead of snowshoe to Trillium Lake, and Mt. Hood Skibowl has already opened its Summer Adventure Park.
Low snowpack bringing quicker access to the high country, such as the Sunrise visitor area, this year.
Testing out the attraction-laden, Web-friendly ship — and be ready to pay as much as $30 daily in Wi-Fi fees.
After Richard Simms changes his vacation package on Travelocity, a representative assures him that he can use his credit for a new trip. But the company keeps his money anyway. Can it do that?
Along the road to Paradise, Ashford has scores of rustic rentals on the edge of Mount Rainier National Park.
Cellular-enabled baggage can track its location, charge electronic devices and even play music.
European travel specialist Rick Steves gives advice on finding good deals and making cultural connections in Rome, Paris, London and other big cities.
Even young children can hike in the shadow of Nepal’s tallest peaks.
Hikers and bikers have a unique opportunity for solitude as the strange winter of 2014-15 draws to an end.
While only three projects have been completed, 13 are under way and about $70.3 million has been awarded in contracts.
Plan ahead with this roundup of regional festivals and celebrations.