Certain wines hold up better than others during flights.
Sydney-based writer and photographer, Michael Gebicki has been writing travel articles since 1982 and is Traveller's resident Tripologist.
Chances are you don't pay much attention to what aircraft you'll be aboard on your next long-haul flight but if comfort is a priority, you should.
Following a series of drunken incidents one of the world's largest airlines has called for a restriction on alcoholic beverages in airports.
There's good reason for that sinking feeling when you are ushered into a shop by your tour guide.
Fog can throw flight schedules into chaos but how foggy is too foggy for pilots?
What does your hotel do with those half-empty bottles of shampoo, body wash and barely-used bars of soap that housekeeping staff routinely collect every day?
Landing in a foreign country and hopping into a cab, you might be beset by doubts - for a perfectly good reason.
There are still a few ways to score extra real estate for your legs without paying a cent more.
There's a good reason why nervous passengers don't like cloud cover.
Should airlines be forced to offer a minimum amount of legroom in economy class?
There are some rather large holes in Australia's airport screening.
Back in the 1970s, you learned a few things on ''the hippie trail'' that no backpacker today ever has to grapple with.
With ultra-long-distance flights of 18 hours-plus on the horizon for Australian travellers, the issue of what's OK or not OK for one's fellow passengers takes centre stage.
Ever taken a close look at your PDS? Probably not. So here are the things you should know.
Snooze lounges, swimming pools, massages, great food, Wi-Fi: Airport stopovers are becoming so good they are a destination in themselves.