This year has been devastating for everyone connected with the travel industry. But many have what it takes to survive.
Australia might have been raised on the sheep's back, but it's the goat's back that's keeping some outback farmers afloat.
Singapore will open its borders to Australians from next week, but will continue to exclude Victorians from entering the country.
The last Qantas A380 has made its final flight for the time being, arriving in California ahead of entering storage.
In the world of social media there's rarely such thing as harmless fun.
Singapore Airlines plans to turn one of its grounded jumbo jets into a pop-up restaurant and offer home-delivered plane food as part of a series of initiatives to try an re-engage customers who have not been able to travel due to the coronavirus pandemic.
You'll feel like royalty (and need to be as wealthy as a monarch) staying at this new property.
Starting next month, Thai Airways will allow members of the public to access its professional flight simulators, used by pilots for training purposes.
A TOURIST could face up to two years in prison over his negative online reviews of a Thai island hotel.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said trans-Tasman travel to some states of Australia could happen before the end of the year, under a new 'hot spot' approach.
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.