Recent research has shown that the Georgian wine industry may be the oldest in the world, going back to the Neolithic era.
At what was once one of Europe's oldest abbeys, old treasure comes to light.
American becomes the last of the U.S. Big 3 to add service to Reykjavik, as discounters add more U.S. to Iceland routes as well.
A room where Michelangelo hid out after a failed revolt, and which was only rediscovered 40 years ago, is being prepared for the public.
Everyone's going high-tech and upgrade in an increasingly competitive world. Here's the latest from Deutsche Bahn and Emirates.
How well do aircraft manufacturers' predictions for future markets add up? Gumbo has some doubts...
Rome's city administration, facing budget shortfalls, will now collect the coins tossed by visitors at the Trevi Fountain. Formerly, they went to a Catholic charity.
Royal Caribbean getting set to offer cruisers cabins with virtual environments and virtual shore excursions.
United flew its last 747 route on Nov. 7, and Delta has scheduled its for Dec. 15-17, as U.S. airlines leave the 747 era behind.
Airbus and Boeing continue to nail large orders at the Dubai Airshow. So far, they have overwhelmingly been for single-aisle A320s and 737s.
The Piscine des Amireaux, once featured in a popular film, re-opens refreshed for €16.5 million
New itineraries combine European river cruises with some of Viking's new ocean cruises for a double feature.
Boeing scores a big 787-10 deal with Emirates, which is holding off on a new order for A380s.
With Air Berlin gone, there's a shortage of domestic flights and seats in Germany, and Lufthansa aims to fill the gap.
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