2019 has been the third safest year in aviation history
Nervous fliers, take note â€“ air travel has statistically never been safer.
Japan Airlines to give away 50,000 flights to visitors in 2020
If you're planning on visiting Japan for the next year's Tokyo Olympics, you might score yourself a free flight to further explore the country.
Overexposed: Why travellers are still flocking to the same old sites
Within the travel trade, most would agree that this past decade has been characterised by social media-fueled tourism, and that trend is not slowing as we turn the corner into 2020.
Disneyland stops selling tickets as crowds fill theme park
Disneyland temporarily stopped selling daily tickets on Friday when the Anaheim theme park reached capacity amid the busy winter holiday season.
Grounded Qantas Dreamliners to take off for Antarctica
It isn't an international flight (because it doesn't land) but this could still be one of the first opportunities to leave Australia by air.
How creative travellers are beating tough flight restrictions
Eight months into the pandemic, the push to normalise is seeing some try to travel internationally again. However, airlines are only reluctantly adding flights to their bare-bones schedules, and virus resurgences have some countries imposing new travel rules.
Milestone as two international airlines resume flights to all mainland capitals
Two international airlines will reach a milestone this month with the resumption of flights to every mainland state capital.
New outback pub crawl comes with a designated pilot
Safaris just got a whole lot closer to home.
NSW missing huge opportunity for wine tourism, says industry
Hunter Valley winemakers have appealed to the state government to match the investment in wine tourism by rival states.
These countries have opened their borders, but is there any point going?
The jealousy is real. It's hard to look at photos of your Europe-based friends right now and see them out enjoying life.
Boris picks up the bill in the UK, allowing Brits to enjoy half-price meals
People across Britain enjoyed half-price meals on Monday as the government launched its 'Eat Out to Help Out Scheme' aimed at driving up business in the shattered hospitality industry after months of coronavirus lockdown.
Stranded honeymooners hitch home on Antarctic boat
Feeonaa Clifton said she had never spent even a single night on a boat before she and her husband Neville took to some of the world's most forbidding seas.