A new agreement allowing more carriers to offer transatlantic flights is expected to bring thousands of additional American travelers to London's Heathrow Airport. And many Londoners are not too happy about it. Stephen Beard reports.
American Airlines cancelled about 300 flights today to double-check wiring on some of its MD-80 airplanes. The inspections were prompted after an audit by the airline and the Federal Aviation Administration. Jeff Tyler reports.
Getting across the Taiwan strait these days is a major hassle, even though there's plenty of business back and forth. Scott Tong recreates the journey of one American businessman who travels almost all day to get to his destination.
With 96-gallon tanks to fill, some Winnebago owners are driving a lot less lately. But Alisa Roth reports despite the various Winnie costs and RV sales beginning to slump in 2006, there's still hope for the industry.
The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to announce new rules requiring cleaner engines on trains. But some say trains have a while to go before they're a pollutant-avoiding alternative. Sarah Gardner reports.
Oil may be high in the U.S., but U.K. citizens might have to face paying more than twice what Americans pay per gallon. Doug Krizner talks to MF Global senior energy broker Rob Laughlin in London about how long prices may stay high.
Reeling from the loss of a $35 billion contract with the Air Force to a group including rival Airbus, Boeing is filing an appeal with the Government Accountability Office. Stephen Beard reports the GAO review could take three months.