Australian airlines align themselves in a united front against passengers hogging space in cabins.
Kylie McLaughlin is the deputy editor of Traveller.com.au. Having lived in the UK and Ireland for some time and travelled extensively in Southeast Asia and Europe, her current obsession is North America, where she plans to eventually cover all 52 states. Kylie is also an avid photographer - check out her Instagram account @kylieam.
Sometimes, the best thing to do in New York is to leave.
Victoria's newest international airport welcomed its first overseas passenger flight on Wednesday.
This is a suite made for longer-term stays in New York, with a kitchen you can stock with products from Fairway's famous market across the road.
Virgin's Economy X seats are an excellent choice for those wanting to stretch out in economy.
For a no-nonsense, reasonably-priced place to stay in New York, these clean, bright and central rooms hit the spot.
New Yorkers remember it was a day of epic, cloudless blue skies before the two planes crashed into the Twin Towers and into our collective consciousness forever.
For old fashioned comfort and plenty of space, you can always rely on the Marriott.
The wrap-around balcony and floor to ceiling windows made it hard to tear yourself away from those views, at any time of day.
For the Massachusetts witch capital of Salem, Halloween is a year-round business.
Another major cruise ship will be based in Melbourne as Sydney struggles to cope with demand.
Qantas adds another non-stop flight to San Francisco for Australian travellers.
United's Economy Plus offer premium economy with a very reasonable price tag – a definite contender for the perfect economy seat.
Qantas has today swung the doors open to its new domestic business lounge at Melbourne Airport.
AirAsia has added a new service to India's Amritsar, and to celebrate the new route, will offer fares to passengers for $199 one-way.