Australians have flocked to Japan in huge numbers in recent years, but its attractive neighbour has been overlooked.
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Business travel will not return to how it was before COVID-19, Virgin Australia CEO says, but that will mean cheaper fares.
Qantas engineers maintaining the airline's grounded Airbus A380 fleet in a Californian desert are facing a novel problem: rattlesnakes are making homes in the landing gear.
Qantas will put its 236-seat Boeing Dreamliners on domestic flights as the airline sees growing demand for travel within Australia.
It's a case of (sonic) boom to bust. The dream of starting a new era of supersonic air travel takes a hit after developer ceases operations.
Calls for a boycott of Virgin Australia were trending on Twitter on Tuesday in the wake of CEO Jayne Hrdlicka's comments that borders should reopen even if "some people may die".
''Fly me to the moon, let me play among the stars,'' were lyrics made famous by Frank Sinatra's voice, but Qantas passengers may well be singing the same tune later this month.
A price war on the Sydney-Melbourne route has kicked off with airlines claiming "unprecedented" low fares.
Making up for lost holidays in 2020 was a common theme on board Qantas' mystery flight from Melbourne.
A surge in flights between Sydney and Melbourne has seen the route climb back into the world's 10 busiest, data shows.
We know airlines like to charge fees for extra legroom, but this is ridiculous.
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.