How cruising helps kiwi conservation.
Qantas Airways wants to fly passengers from Sydney to New York and London without stopping. But first, the Australian airline needs to make sure travellers can handle the trip.
Investigators probing an engine explosion on an Air France A380 in 2017 are studying a possible manufacturing flaw.
Keeping your nasty, bare feet off the airplane seat in front of you should not have to be a life lesson.
In 1985, Tamia Richardson was a 14-year-old high school student when she walked through the turnstile at Disneyland and won a prize.
The Italian island has battled for years to stop tourists from stealing its sand, shells and pebbles, which are prized as souvenirs or in some cases, for indoor aquariums.
For some, making a pilgrimage walk is a religious experience. But for others, it represents getting to a better place physically, spiritually and psychologically.
New analysis by aviation experts OAG has highlighted the specific routes on which some of the world's biggest airlines make their money – and it's a lot of money.
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Two adventurous kayakers escaped death when a large glacier collapsed in front of them in Alaska.
Badly behaved visitors to Bali will be sent home or face "purification rituals" for disrespecting sacred sites, officials said yesterday.
Last week one passenger in the US seemed to have hit the jackpot - an entire plane to himself.