Thailand's Tourism Minister said on Monday he had proposed a plan to allow foreigners to quarantine in some of the country's many golf resorts to boost the ailing tourism sector during the coronavirus pandemic.
Alaska Airlines has banned 14 passengers following a rowdy five-hour flight from Washington DC to Seattle late Thursday.
It may seem a bit meaningless in a travel world ravaged by the coronavirus, but once again Japan has been named the most powerful passport, according to one visa index.
Many Australian travellers are used to getting vaccines to visit exotic destinations safely, but the COVID-19 vaccine will be different.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the national travel advice for the United States has been changed in the wake of the riots at Capitol Hill in Washington.
Paris, London, Portugal and Bass Strait; they're all on the itinerary for the Melbourne playwright
Travellers heading to Tasmania on board the Spirit of Tasmania ferry will be able to take their cars for free, the federal government has announced.
US air carriers are warning passengers they may soon have to leave their emotional support rabbits, hamsters, cats and turkeys at home.
European airline Ryanair is under investigation by the advertising watchdog over a campaign which encouraged potential holidaymakers to "jab and go" following last month's rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Qantas has issued a warning to customers to be wary of scammers pretending to represent the airline on refunds.
Qantas has reopened ticket sales across its international network from July 1 in a sign the airline is optimistic COVID-19 vaccines will do the trick.
Qantas may have operated far fewer flights than normal over the past year, but that hasn't stopped the Flying Kangaroo from being named the world's safest airline.