A luxury Melbourne hotel is bucking the trend of a major downturn in the tourism industry by hiring 100 employees.
Airline passengers want visible plastic barriers in the cabin to reinstill confidence in flying during the pandemic, aviation industry executives say.
It's a simple idea: asking a farmer if you can pitch a tent on their land. But a booming booking platform has now made camping options a whole lot wider.
Australia has asked Google to remove photographs of the top of the sacred Indigenous site, Uluru, a tool that allowed users to appear to walk on its summit.
One thousand Qantas 747 galley carts sell out within hours, generating about $1 million in revenue for the airline.
All sailings of the Princess Cruises ships Sun Princess and Sea Princess for this summer and next year have been cancelled after the cruise line announced both ships would be sold.
These extra large overwater havens are making big waves, just quietly.
Airbus has unveiled three visual concepts for "zero emission" planes to be powered by hydrogen.
Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered 27 coffins at the ancient necropolis of Saqqara, a burial ground that is also home to one of the world's oldest pyramids, the ministry of tourism and antiquities said.
Revellers were determined to make the most of a scaled-down Oktoberfest after the world's biggest beer festival was cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
'I never got to experience Air New Zealand in anything but a crisis,' says Foran in his first major interview with an Australian publication.
Unlimited flight passes are back in fashion thanks to COVID-19, but airlines will need to learn from the mistakes of the past.