Beat those 'border closure blues' with a unique day trip from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane.
Now a Qantas-only route, the capital city corridor could see Rex add both Boeing jets and Saab turboprops to the mix.
Flights from Sydney and Melbourne to the Gold Coast, and Melbourne-Adelaide, will start from the end of March.
Qantas' changes are a real mixed bag, depending on each traveller's frequent flyer status and ticket type.
Qantas chief Alan Joyce tells Executive Traveller how he plans to reboot the airline's international network.
The new timeline matches the government's expected completion of nation-wide vaccination.
Business class passengers will enjoy hot meals served on cardboard trays, plus complimentary wine and beer.
The airline remains optimistic on resuming international flights from July.
The superjumbo aren't quite ready to return, but work continues to refit older A380s with the latest suites and seats.
Regional Express brings competition to the business class skies, using the same seats (and planes) as arch-rival Virgin Australia.
The capital city challenger will run a pared-back timetable for the opening week of its Sydney-Melbourne Boeing 737 flights.
Qantas is also said to be looking at the Travel Pass app in readiness for when international flights resume.
Bathurst, Cooma, Grafton, Kangaroo Island and Lismore face the chop, but Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie are set to benefit.
Australia-wide COVID vaccinations begin next week and will also reshape the way we travel overseas.
As Easter holidays beckon, Qantas is unlocking a trio of fresh routes to the NSW north coast.
Swap the 9-to-5 for some sun, surf and sand as Virgin shifts its seasonal focus to favour a slew of getaway destinations.
The new lounge will showcase a fresh, more casual look that'll eventually be applied to all domestic lounges.
A highlight of any journey on Qatar Airways' superjumbo was a visit to its elegant inflight lounge...