With cruising all but suspended worldwide, videos have emerged of several large cruise ships being beached in Aliaga, Turkey to be scrapped.
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The world's tallest giraffe isn't roaming the plains of Africa but is right here in Australia, according to Guinness World Records.
With the so-called "travel bubble" between Australia and New Zealand popped due to a second wave of COVID-19, Tourism New Zealand is trying a more virtual approach to marketing the country.
The best hotels in Australia and the world, according to the world's biggest travel site, TripAdvisor, have been named in its annual Traveller's Choice Awards.
Emirates will offer free coverage for COVID-19-related expenses for passengers, including medical and quarantine expenses, in what the airline is touting as a world first.
Emirates superjumbos have returned to the skies for the first time since the airline grounded its Airbus A380 fleet in March.
Would you be willing to board a train that's not going anywhere?
A spectacular new attraction has opened in Western Australia, despite the state's borders remaining closed to both international and domestic tourists.
Citizens from countries that have handled the outbreak of COVID-19 poorly have seen the power of their passports greatly reduced.
The era of large passenger planes is rapidly coming to an end as the construction of the final Airbus A380 superjumbos nears completion.
Qantas will mark the retirement of the iconic jumbo jet with a series of scenic flights in Australia.
State borders may be closed and international tourists banned, but when a new hotel is ready, it still needs to open.
Qantas will begin reopening its domestic airport lounges from Wednesday around the country - but not in Melbourne or Brisbane.
The outbreak of COVID-19 and resulting travel restrictions has thrown up its fair share of anomalies in the world of aviation.
Thousands of Australians have found themselves waiting months for refunds to be paid for cancelled trips due to COVID-19.