The world's best airlines have been named at the annual World Airline Awards announced at the Paris Air Show.
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It's not often you get to live out one of your childhood fantasies. Yet here I am, ready to make the jump to lightspeed.
The Fairmont Pacific Rim offers everything you could want in a luxury hotel, with stylish environs and impeccable service.
Get a sneak peek inside the world's largest Star Wars attraction ahead of its opening on Friday.
Great seat, but the business class food doesn't live up to the airline's reputation.
If you've ever wanted the chance to fly first or business class internationally, but didn't have enough points to do so, this could be your chance.
One of the oldest five-star hotels in the country, it's good to see the Wentworth keeping pace with its newer rivals.
"No seats." It's a phrase familiar to anyone who has tried to book a flight using points on the Qantas site.
Legroom is limited and I can, unfortunately, feel the passenger behind me digging his knees into the seat.
Space is at a premium in Hong Kong and the Ovolo Central deals with this by being a tall, extremely narrow building.
Qantas will launch a new non-stop route to Japan in December to capitalise on Australians heading to the country to ski.
Etihad's former international lounges at Sydney and Melbourne airports are now open to all passengers, for a price.
The sign says "party cruise" though it's not the sort of party you'd expect.
Japan's first A380 superjumbo doesn't look like any other.
Mojo Nomad Central is a cool spot for younger travellers looking to stay with like-minded folk for a reasonable price.