If I was standing in this spot in about a month's time, I'd be dead.
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Qatar will build 16 floating hotels to host visitors during the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Airbus's smiling, huge aircraft, the BelugaXL, officially entered service on Monday as a cargo plane designed to carry large aircraft parts.
Australia has climbed one place in the annual rankings, with two more countries granting us entry without an advance visa.
Jetstar may be a budget airline, but their business class manages to deliver food and service on par with more expensive carriers.
The last of Qantas' ultra-long haul Project Sunrise flights has touched down in Sydney, after an epic non-stop journey from New York.
Christmas has come early for budget airline passengers flying out of Melbourne now that Melbourne Airport has opened new moving walkways in Terminal 4.
Jetstar has launched its new route into Asia, with non-stop flights from the Gold Coast to South Korea's capital, Seoul, taking off on Sunday.
It's one of the most beautiful drives in the world, and also one of the most treacherous.
The world's first cruise ship featuring a revolutionary 'X-bow' design has set sail on its inaugural passenger cruise.
Hot on the proverbial heels of the first A350-1000 flight to Australia last month, a second airline has now started regular flights using the largest model of the cutting-edge Airbus aircraft.
The newest, largest version of the Airbus A350, the A350-1000, has touched down in Australia for the first time on a commercial flight.
Qantas has unveiled its newest Boeing 787 Dreamliner featuring a special livery to celebrate the airline's 100th birthday next year.
The RACV's Victorian resorts are now setting the standard for comfortable beachside escapes.
When it comes to the aurora borealis, photographs can't tell the whole story.