We know airlines like to charge fees for extra legroom, but this is ridiculous.
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Qantas' first class international lounges, shuttered since March last year, will reopen on Monday to coincide with the start of the trans-Tasman bubble.
The world's most powerful passports for 2021 have been named, but it's unlikely travellers who hold them will be able to take advantage any time soon.
Emirates has flown a special Airbus A380 superjumbo flight with almost 400 passengers on board, all of whom had been vaccinated against COVID-19.
A travel bubble with New Zealand is set to open late on April 18, but for Australians looking to visit other countries, a loophole in the agreement will allow them to do so.
A risque new tourism campaign, purporting to be for South Australia, has generated plenty of attention on social media, but the state's official tourism body has denied any involvement.
An epic world cruise set to depart Sydney in January 2023 has sold out in just one day.
Virgin Australia has scrapped free food in economy class, with passengers now only receiving complimentary water, tea or coffee on flights.
The final A380 superjumbo has taken to the skies for the first time, departing from Airbus' headquarters.
Sydney's original casino may have been overshadowed recently by the new complex at Barangaroo, but it still feels fresh and fun.
The airline has come out of the blocks with a fully-formed product offering that can compete with the bigger players.
International borders may be closed, but the Passport Office is still encouraging Australians to renew their expired passports.
Virgin Australia will add two new routes in March for the Easter holiday period, while increasing capacity on some other routes.
A tax-free, five-star lifestyle with endless sunshine awaits those willing to purchase a property on this proposed island.
"It is an act of worship just to sit and look at high mountains," Sir Edmund Hilary once said. But some people are hard to impress.