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.
Italy celebrates reopening of its icons with a flash mob
The Colosseum will start receiving visitors again after three months of shutdown during COVID-19 containment measures.
No Eiffel, Mona Lisa or Versailles: Iconic sites to stay closed
Hold that smile, Mona Lisa. The Eiffel Tower and the Palace of Versailles will remain off-limits for the immediate future, too.
Three travellers who truly understand isolation
Not everyone craves crowds and company. From long-distance walkers to round-the-world sailors, some find inner peace where others are not.
Greece invites Australia and NZ to join travel bubble
Visitors arriving from a group of 29 approved countries could be subject to sample coronavirus testing, the Tourism Ministry said.
Stranded in paradise: Hundreds of sailboats are stranded in Pacific
Tahiti in remote French Polynesia was one of the last places in the region to offer refuge as borders slammed shut.
European restaurants get creative to lure tourists back
Restaurateurs want to adhere to social distancing rules while also trying to serve as many customers as health and safety measures will allow.
A unique travel opportunity is being ruined
It’s often remarked that one of the principal differences between Americans and Australians is that the former prefer to see their country first and the latter elect to see their nation last.
Awkward: Plane forced to turn back after flying to closed airport
There are some red faces at a European low-cost carrier after one of its planes had to turn around mid-flight as the airport it was travelling to wasn't even open.