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?
Sydney-based writer and photographer, Michael Gebicki has been writing travel articles since 1982 and is Traveller's resident Tripologist.
It's become almost routine for recent US presidents to have an airport named after them.
The news that a vaccine to prevent us from falling sick with COVID-19 will soon be deployed in Australia is just a step, and the road is long.
Qantas and Virgin Australia are locked in an arm wrestle for the other airline's elite flyers, but who is the winner?
As the world's airline industry begins a long, slow recovery, millions of passengers are now flying every day. Does that pose a risk of catching COVID-19?
A requirement to have a vaccination to ensure you're protected, as well as those sitting beside you when you fly? What's not to like about that?
With coronavirus fear in the air, Australia's states are on a hair trigger alert right now.
The wraps are off, the new-look Virgin Australia stands revealed.
The evolution from outback Queensland mail service with just one single-engine biplane in its fleet to one of the world's leading airlines is a ripping yarn.
Singapore is embarking on a bold experiment aimed at reopening the country to international travellers in a safe, controlled program that could provide a template for Australia's own re-emergence on the international travel scene.
The lockdown preventing Australians from travelling overseas for leisure purposes has been catastrophic for Australia's travel industry.
With the pandemic still restricting our travel and holiday options, what better time to explore your home city (or the one next door)?
Want to get a Sydneysider hot under the collar? Mention beach clubs. The proposal for a private beach club on the golden sands of Bondi Beach has tweaked a nerve, but why the fuss?
Many who are working from home during the pandemic have acquired a new four-legged family member.
Natural wonders are expected, but the surprise in this region is the food scene.