Traveller and Geckos Adventures are thrilled to announce the winners of the inaugural Young Travel Writer Competition.
The airline has warned passengers that those "clothed in a manner that would cause discomfort or offence to other passengers" could be denied boarding.
Airlines use red tape across door windows to signify to anyone approaching the aircraft from outside that the door is armed, and to stay clear.
The calm after the storm has returned to Fiji holiday favourite Castaway Island.
Airlines are continuing to pull out of Venezuela due to staff held up at gunpoint, luggage theft, poor runway maintenance and low quality jet fuel.
A woman who lost her wedding ring in a vast Australian desert is to be reunited with it after it was found by tourists.
Qatar announced on Wednesday a programme to allow visa-free entry for citizens of 80 countries to encourage air transport and tourism.
Loganair, operator of the world's shortest scheduled flight and another that lands on a remote Hebridean beach, is seeking new allies.
The daily service will run an A330-200 on the 10-hour, 50-minute flight to Colombo.
Now there is even more incentive to go see Al Gore's follow up documentary to An Inconvienient Truth.
Riviera has just launched a website and brochure dedicated to the local market, with pricing in Australian dollars and bookings available through travel agents linked with major wholesalers Cruiseco and Cruise Traveller.
If planes are built to last more or less indefinitely, why are they retired after just 30-odd years – or in many cases sooner?