Virgin is paring back domestic, trans-Tasman, US and Japan flights, plus, axing an international destination from its network.
Qantas will mothball eight Airbus A380s and axe Singapore-London flights as the coronavirus cuts into demand.
Flights to Australia and New Zealand are just some of those impacted by the airline's coronavirus changes.
The Israeli flag-carrier will trial direct flights between Tel Aviv and Melbourne across April and May 2020.
New Boeing jets ignite bold globe-striding ambitions for the Singapore Airlines-backed Indian airline.
Brisbane will be the first Australian destination to receive Air Vanuatu's newest aircraft and business class experience.
The fastest way to get from London's Heathrow Airport to Paddington is about to get a little more comfy, too.
The Russian flag-carrier will install private business class suites across its Airbus A350 and Boeing 777 fleets.
Virgin's much-anticipated fleet review would streamline its mix of Airbus A330 and Boeing 777s into a single type of jet.
Qantas' Project Sunrise flights might save time, but they have another advantage: all of that time is yours, without interruption.
Upper Class passengers will need to make their own way to the airport from July, with the airline axing all ground transfers.
Turn your business class Qsuite into a cosy booth at an à la carte restaurant, or a table for two in the adjoining middle seats.
With the old space shutting down, travellers will make do with a temporary pop-up lounge until the new one is ready.
Qantas is pulling its superjumbos – and first class – from the normally-popular Melbourne-Singapore route, citing low demand.
Qantas' Hong Kong wind-backs now stretch to Sydney, with previous reductions from Melbourne and Brisbane also extended.
Boeing is going back to the drawing board with its mid-sized jet concept.
Cathay pulls down the shutters at The Pier, The Deck and The Bridge.
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