Today’s travel fact: there are 61,000 people in the air over the U.S. at any given time on any given day.
According to a recent Economist report, the most expensive cites on Earth are Tokyo, Osaka, Sydney, Oslo and Melbourne.
After the merger between American Airlines and U.S. Air, 83% of U.S. domestic air traffic will be in the hands of just four airlines...
Founded in 1565, Saint Augustine, Florida is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the United States.
Out of almost 200 independent states, only five have no airport within their boundaries: Andorra, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican City.
The world's smallest state at 0.2 square miles, Vatican City has a population of 770, none of whom are permanent residents.
The Nile River, the longest in the world, has 11 countries in its drainage basin: Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Egypt,...
Four U.S. states are visible from the Skydeck Chicago : Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin.
The “You are here” arrow on a map is called the ideo locator.
Damascus, Syria is considered the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world, with settlements dating back 9000 years.