Lufthansa says it will "take years until the worldwide demand for air travel returns to pre-crisis levels."
Qantas plans a long sit-out for the COVID-19 storm, but will be ready to return to the skies as soon as it passes.
Perched atop the first Qantas Boeing 747s, the Captain Cook lounge is a colourful blast from the shagadelic past.
While Australia is restricting citizens and permanent residents from overseas travel, there are some notable exceptions.
In a world where flight cancellations stretch ahead for months rather than a day, consumers are pushing for refunds over vouchers.
COVID-19 won't stop the next-generation iPhone from making an expected September 2020 debut.
Routes to four popular international destinations will temporarily re-open to help bring stranded Australians home.
Virgin puts a stopper on frequent flyers converting Velocity points to Singapore Airlines' KrisFlyer Miles.
Qantas WiFi and entertainment axed in the latest cost-cutting measure aimed to help the airline wait out the coronavirus.
Are we starting to see a return to normality, or at least the new normal of the post-coronavirus travel world?
The Dutch airline returns to Australia for the first time in 20 years as the Netherlands Gov't works to get its citizens home.
With a newly-imposed limit on one gift card purchase per day, you'd better buy the biggest-value card you can.
If you're among the few who are still flying, you'd better make BYO your new meal strategy.
British Airways halts flights to key Asia-Pacific destinations in early April, and more routes may follow.
From May 2020, you won't be able to earn or spend Qantas Points on flights with Darwin-based Airnorth.
If your BA flight back to London has been cancelled, request a rebooking onto Qatar Airways.
The Red Roo is likely to return to international skies to help bring Australians back home.
Park for a day, a week or to the end of June, and it won't cost you a red cent.