Caitlin Hoey in Sydney had a big trip to Europe planned with her friends last year. Like most Australians' travel plans in 2020, it fell victim to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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December 18 is set to be a big day for travel from Australia, with Qantas planning to resume six international routes on that date, with a further five the next day.
Qantas is not the only airline confident that international travel will resume in December.
Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce has reiterated that the airline will ban unvaccinated passengers from international flights when borders reopen.
The Prime Minister caused outrage after receiving an exemption to travel from Canberra to Sydney and back over the Father's Day weekend. He did it on this private jet.
Much of Australia is in desperate need of a laugh right now, so we can be thankful that this year's finalists for the annual Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards have arrived.
Qatar Executive, the corporate jet arm of Qatar Airways, has shown off its upcoming aircraft, the Gulfstream G700 at an event in Doha.
Virgin Australia has followed Qantas in launching its own incentives program for Australians to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Qantas plans to bring several of its Airbus A380s superjumbos back into service ahead of schedule, but two won't fly for the airline again.
Qantas will launch its COVID-19 vaccination rewards campaign on Tuesday, giving frequent flyer members a choice of three different reward options.
Halfway across the world's longest sea bridge, I hear a roar behind us.
Virgin Australia has revamped its economy class offering to create three new types of fares, including a no-frills "seat only" option.
Airline Emirates has launched a new "subscription" frequent flyer program, offering various perks at a price.
One frequent flyer spent millions of points in order to secure two used A380 business class seats.
'Sometimes our job has us attending to crazy people. If you push us too far, you're going to have to attend this ass-whooping.'