(CNN) — In travel news this week, China reopened its borders, US aviation had another meltdown, and we take a look at Italy as a destination for history buffs.
The Federal Aviation Administration lifted their pause on all domestic flight departures across the US that they issued after the system that provides pilots with pre-flight safety notices went offline. CNN’s aviation correspondent Pete Muntean reports on the impacts.
Italy’s historical tourism
China opens up
Missssbehaving traveler of the week
It was a bit of a squeeze for the boa constrictor inside the bag.
Love on a sleeper train
“He looks very clean and American,” thought British drama student Katy Vernon when she saw US airman Randy Vanderwood on an Amsterdam train platform in 1991. Randy thought Katy and her friends were “obnoxious and loud.”
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A Californian used DNA analysis to find his family and it sent him across three continents.
A New Yorker set a world record for eating at the most Michelin-starred restaurants in a single day.