Travellers, airlines and airports are grappling with a hodgepodge of rules put in place during the pandemic that will make flying different in almost every country.
The flight route between Sydney and Melbourne, regularly ranked one of busiest in the world, has disappeared from the top 10.
Qantas' new COVID-19 health policy contradicts advice from Australia's leading government health experts.
Britain should set up "travel bubbles" with low-risk countries to allow the movement of people, instead of bringing in new coronavirus quarantine rules when flights restart, according to Heathrow Airport.
One cafe in Germany has gone viral thanks to an innovative approach. But all is not what it first seemed.
Jet manufacturers and airlines are launching an urgent initiative to convince nervous travellers that the air they breathe on planes is safe.
Those not wearing a face mask inside Qatar risk a fine of 200,000 riyals ($A81,600) and a maximum prison sentence of three years.
Like lonely grande dames, Italy's luxury hotels lack company amid the coronavirus pandemic.
If there's one destination in particular that might turn into an ideal getaway from Covid-19, it's Iceland.
Indonesia's tropical holiday island of Bali could reopen to tourists in October, thanks to its success in controlling the coronavirus outbreak, the government says.
Australia's far-flung accommodation has become a victim of the tyranny of social distance.
Several airlines have flown into Australia from from Europe, the Middle East and South America for the first time.