The company behind the World Airlines Awards is now rating airports for their safety measures.
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Qantas has launched a petition calling on states with low levels of COVID-19 infections to open their borders.
We can now add something else to the list of things Hollywood star Tom Cruise is not afraid of: cruise ships.
A revolutionary new aircraft design, which could one day change the face of air travel, has undergone its first successful test flight.
New bullet-shaped aircraft that massively reduces the cost of flying is the "the biggest thing to happen to both the aviation and travel industries in 50 years".
Even when people can't get on board cruise ships, they're still in demand.
Australia's largest cruise operators have announced the further suspension of their sailings.
One of Australia's iconic tourist experiences - climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge - is about to undergo the biggest change in its 22-year history.
If you're one of the fortunate travellers that normally gets to fly at the pointy end of the plane, you might be missing the perks of long-haul in business class.
Two international airlines will reach a milestone this month with the resumption of flights to every mainland state capital.
What will Virgin Australia 2.0 mean for Velocity points, routes and flight vouchers? Here are the answers to a few burning questions.
Two Australians have revealed a rare glimpse inside the tourism scene of North Korea.
With cruising all but suspended worldwide, videos have emerged of several large cruise ships being beached in Aliaga, Turkey to be scrapped.
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.