The 76-year old American tourist arrived at the hospital in Thimphu, the sleepy capital of Bhutan, on a cool day in early March.
The world's biggest long-haul airline, Emirates, will restart flights to Australia next Thursday.
Movie-goers in Dubai frustrated by the closure of cinemas during the coronavirus pandemic will soon be able to watch films from the comfort of their own car.
Virgin Australia's 10 million Velocity frequent flyer members can now redeem their points on domestic flights.
How the world's most populous nation can wield its economic power virtually in an instant offers a sober warning to Australia.
Airlines will not have to leave seats empty, but passengers flying in the European Union will have to wear masks on planes and in airports under plans to revive the travel industry.
Opportunities to break into the Australian airline game don't come along often.
The Kiwis have a timetable for their ski season, but at Australian resorts, whether and when the ski lifts can start turning remains unknown.
I don't see a lot of love out there for the people in the travel industry who have been affected by coronavirus lockdowns and movement bans.
Ryanair will institute temperature checks, require masks and prohibit queuing for toilets to reduce the chances of spreading the coronavirus when flights return on July 1.
Etihad Airways will offer flights from Melbourne to London, with transit via Abu Dhabi, from May 15.
Dozens of cruise ships are still stuck at sea, clustered in groups in the Caribbean, the Atlantic Ocean and the South China Sea, tracking sites show.