What to know before taking your next snowy adventure to epic new heights
For skiers who take the sport—and the precious time they spend doing it—seriously, heli-skiing can be the ultimate worthwhile indulgence. You can forget about endless lift lines, “death cookies” and crowded slopes, focusing instead on the blissful task at hand: barreling down a vertical-drop Shangri-La of untouched snow.
While ... More
Airbus and Qatar Airways partner to introduce the first aircraft that makes passenger wellbeing a high-tech affair
We all know air travel isn’t what it used to be. From the long security lines and over-crowded planes, to bad food and the dreaded jet lag, it’s enough to put you off getting on a long-haul flight ever again.
Luckily, Airbus and Qatar Airways are aiming to change ... More
Southern charm goes luxury at this must-visit Charleston hotel
Charleston, South Carolina isn’t short on appeal. When you’re in town to appreciate the architecture, soak up the history or indulge in some of the world-famous low-country cuisine, there’s more than enough local flavor to make clear why the city has reached must-visit status. And while there are some things ... More
Forget hailing a cab and sitting in standstill traffic during one of the year’s hottest film festivals. Uber is amping up its services if you’re willing to dish out serious cash for a minutes-long ride. The company is partnering up with Airbus on a trial on-demand helicopter service launching ... More
Y-3 and Virgin Galactic team up on high-fashion space apparel
The future pilots of Virgin Galactic have a stylish new getup. That’s because the commercial spaceline—currently in development to bring tourists into space for $250,000 a head—teamed up with Y-3, a longstanding collaboration with Japanese design guru Yohji Yamamoto and Adidas, to create high-tech, futuristic flight suits ... More
Gone are the days of bland, uniform dining options—these airlines serve inventive, health-conscious and downright delectable dishes
Airlines don’t get credit for much these days, but a blessed few are finally recognizing one basic fact: Passengers are people too. It’s not just about shepherding us from Point A to Point B (though, duh, that’s kind of a given); we’d like to be marginally comfortable during the process. ... More