The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns Americans to avoid Australia as it puts us on its highest threat list.
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In a building inspired by a Beyonce music video, this hotel will hit the sweet spot for visitors to Melbourne.
Air New Zealand has been named the world's safest airline in this year's rankings, while Qantas has dropped from the top slot in the wake of a serious incident.
Air New Zealand has temporarily suspended serving food on flights so passengers won't remove their masks.
From next month, travellers on some of the world's longest flights will arrive feeling fresher.
A non-stop Qantas flight from Sydney to Delhi took off on Monday morning, the first time the airline has flown to the Indian city in more than 40 years.
Virgin Australia has announced its largest ever frequent flyer points promotion.
The Hilton Sydney has long been a mainstay of Sydney's high-end hotel scene.
Virgin Australia has unveiled a new 'prototype' cabin for its Boeing 737 aircraft, installing the new interiors in two aircraft as a trial.
The first Qantas A380 superjumbo returns to Australia today after almost 600 days of storage in California's Mojave desert.
Virgin Australia's Melbourne lounge has reopened, the last in the airline's lounge network to welcome back guests as state and international borders reopen.
The removal of the highest threat level has significant implications for Australians planning to travel overseas
Hawaiian Airlines has become the latest airline to announce its return to Australia, following the planned relaxation of international borders next month.
Singapore Airlines will bring back the world's largest passenger aircraft, the Airbus A380, to Australia after grounding its superjumbos for more than a year.
You won't be travelling without proof you've been vaccinated against COVID-19. Here's how to get an internationally recognised certificate.