A photo of a crowded flight posted on Twitter by a cardiologist returning from the New York City area may hint at the difficulties of social distancing as air travel picks up again.
Airports around the world may be virtually empty due to travel restrictions aimed at stopping the spread of COVID-19, but that hasn't stopped the annual World Airline Awards from going ahead.
Humans getting their wings clipped during the coronavirus pandemic has allowed flamingos and other birds to flourish in a coastal lagoon by the Adriatic Sea.
Most restaurants have closed their normal dine-in operations to stop the spread of covid-19. Then there's Amsterdam, where one restaurant is thinking outside the box by putting patrons into boxes. Or rather, "greenhouses."
The Sapphire Coast town of Eden needs cruise ships to return after COVID-19.
Of all the safety steps airlines are taking to lure travellers back onto their planes in the coronvirus era, the empty middle seat is the most alluring.
Had Sir Richard Branson not been booted off an American Airlines flight to Necker Island nearly 40 years ago, Virgin Atlantic may never have got off the ground.
Scenic Group, which owns the luxury expedition yacht Scenic Eclipse, has begun construction on its second vessel, Eclipse II in Croatia.
Australians in the US frantic about getting their pets home during the coronavirus pandemic have been thrown a lifeline.
Airlines have had to dramatically reduce its in-flight food and beverage service to minimise contact between customers and crew members.
Businesses on Greece's most popular holiday island are adopting all kinds of hygiene measures, anxious for the season to start.
The situation is critical: As many as 2,000 tame elephants are at risk of starvation because their owners are unable to feed them.