The port city is claiming a first for having driverless trains operate in a complex system with conventional trains.
Join Professor Abe on a tour of a German city known for its historic buildings and as the home of Queen Victoria's Prince Albert.
German rail passengers get a break on refunds, but it may mean the end for a cottage industry of middlemen.
A three-country agreement lays the basis for sharply-reduced travel times among their busy capitals.
Lufthansa splits a new order for widebodies between Boeing and Airbus as it clears out older less-efficient big planes.
In ten years, Germany has lost a third of its glacier surface, and scientists warn the rest could be gone in another ten.
A pair of piggy pictures that caught PHeymont's attention
Lufthansa realigns its long-haul fleet to emphasize newer and fewer aircraft types.
A former guest house of the famed porcelain factory has become arguably the world's most expensive overnight stay.
Looking for a little something to remind you of that trip to Berlin? How about part of the now-closed Tegel airport...
Low traffic volume leads to Berlin's new airport concentrating all flights in one terminal and mothballing another.
A Swiss cheesemaker's attempt to get approval for using German milk has run into a chorus of moos, er... boos.
In Berlin, a sharp rise in bike use during the pandemic sets off controversy and calls for registration
A pair of giants stands ready to welcome readers into Hamburg's central library building.
Germany takes another step toward upgrading and coordinating its rail service as an alternative to flying.