What is the IATA Travel Pass and how will it assist passengers to fly in the era of COVID-19?
A nation of travellers? Close to half of Australians don't even have a passport.
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.
This is the stuff we Australians, too, should be getting genuinely excited about when it comes to planning a holiday at home this year:
The Champs Elysees is going green – here are a few other streets I would like to save.
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?
It takes a brave commentator to predict what's going to happen in 2021. Brave, or possibly even stupid.
You could spend your time stuck at home wallowing in your own wanderlust-driven misery, or you could take the opportunity to better yourself.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has made camping more popular than ever, but there are a few ways to make your first trip easier.
It's become almost routine for recent US presidents to have an airport named after them.
There's no harm in dreaming, and even planning, for travel in 2021 (and beyond)