Never mind climate change, appalling customer service will kill off the Australian ski industry.
Dubai's second airport and the world's biggest, is expected to handle more than 200 million passengers per year
A new generation of terminals is setting the example for airports of the future, writes Brian Johnston.
I am the 1 per cent. I know this with certainty as I recline in my private business-class pod.
If the reaction to my column about stopover cities is anything to go by, Dubai faces challenges in its ambition to overtake London as the world’s most visited city.
Big-name attractions are drawing travellers away from Bangkok or Singapore to new stopover destinations.
Biggest, highest, most blindingly expensive. Belinda Jackson rounds up the ultimate travel experiences, from super-luxe to just plain boastful.
Travelling in the Middle East has never been so accessible for Aussies, writes Ben Groundwater.
Dubai is fast changing its economic focus away from oil to tourism while positioning itself as one of the world's major air travel hubs. Incredible architecture (including the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa) and amazing experiences await. For those seeking something beyond the glitz and glamour of the modern city, there's also the traditional souks and outdoor adventures of the surrounding desert.