And now an additional 1,600 people are jumping on board to potentially join the suit.
It didn't take long for incoming President Trump's tough new entry policies to send a shiver of fear down the spine of the US tourism industry.
Qantas has received its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner plane, the cutting-edge aircraft it will use next year to start flying the world's first non-stop route between Australia and London.
A family suite with a slide, so children can whizz from their bedroom to the living room, and a mobile check-in service that uses facial recognition technology are among the "cutting edge" features to be offered on Royal Caribbean's newest vessel, Symphony of the Seas.
St Helena's airport, dubbed the "world's most useless" after a series of setbacks, will finally welcome its first scheduled service on Saturday.
The cabana concept in pool lounging is newish to Australia, but a coveted feature of resorts in Europe and the US.
In Europe, simply getting to the airport is often more expensive than the flight itself.
As if by magic, the Hogwarts Express has come to the rescue of a stranded family in Scotland.
These days, travel is about the experience as much as the destination.
You get what you pay for - particularly in the air.
Risk-averse travellers would do well to head to the Far East, with a new report suggesting Tokyo, Singapore and Osaka are the three safest cities in the world.
Dubai International Airport is doing away with security counters next year and introducing virtual fish to verify your identity instead. Yes, you read that right.