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Sydney-based writer and photographer, Michael Gebicki has been writing travel articles since 1982 and is Traveller's resident Tripologist.
When we first started travelling the world aboard jet-powered passenger aircraft you could almost be certain your plane would have engines in the rear.
The aircraft that dazzled us in the early days of jet travel have mostly disappeared from the skies.
Aren't travellers supposed to be heaving a sigh of relief right now?
Airlines are pivoting to leisure routes as business travel falls thanks to online meeting technologies.
Like excess baggage and seat selection, the freedom to change your date of travel incurs a charge, and that's where airlines cash in.
Engine failures on commercial aircraft are rare, but frightening.
This is one of the most exhilarating landscapes in all of New Zealand, a series of valleys that drowned when the sea rose at the end of the last Ice Age.
Why is it so difficult for airlines to devise a quick, simple boarding process?
You've just rocked up to the check-in desk at your hotel and now comes a sour note.
One year on, how well have Australia's top 10 favourite destinations handled the pandemic?
It's time to start thinking about interstate travel once again. Here's a few ways to make sure it's smiles all the way.
It's Australia Day, sparks are likely to fly, and not just from the fireworks and the traditional barbecues that mark the occasion.
There was plenty about stepping into a long metal tube and whizzing off to somewhere warm and interesting that used to drive us nuts.
Under assault from online booking platforms and shrinking commissions, the death of the travel agent has been predicted for years. Could 2021 be the year it happens?