When the impact of COVID-19 permanently grounded budget airline Tigerair last year, Jessica Rennison thought her days working in aviation were over.
The carrier had blamed "the dynamic restrictions and requirements implemented by the different state authorities" for its earlier decision to suspend flights.
With bushfires and then the pandemic, Kevin and Ririn Yaxley could be forgiven for renaming CIRCA 18, their luxury boutique hotel in Albury, "Heartbreak Hotel."
China, already the world's largest operator of bullet trains, has unveiled a new prototype that can travel at up to 620 kilometres per hour.
A social media influencer who promoted Bali as an LGBT-friendly haven to wait out the pandemic is to be deported from Indonesia.
Despite international border bans there's one place we can still visit.
A tiny woman with a big sign had a point to make - so she took it right up to the heart of US power - the US Capitol building.
For Eleanor Gordon Smith, philosopher, the one dream destination remains the Amazon.
A world first: Information, food, navigation and bookings combined into one service for independent hikers.
Qatar Airways' Airbus A380 superjumbos will not fly again "for the foreseeable future", according to the airline's CEO, with at least half permanently grounded.
For Australia it be difficult to kick-start any outbound or inbound travel for much of 2022, let alone 2021.
A California man who police said claimed to be too afraid to fly due to COVID-19 hid out for three months in a secured area of O'Hare International Airport until his weekend arrest.