When Singapore Airlines' superjumbos return to the skies they'll all feature the latest suites and seats.
Most travel insurance policies don't cover you for COVID-19, but some airlines have your back if you still need to fly.
Here's what we know about the latest business class of Qatar Airways, set to debut on its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.
The Brisbane-based regional airline is bulking up its E190 fleet to 30 of the nimble E-Jets.
With overseas travel off the cards for months to come, Qantas says there'll be an increased appetite for domestic trips.
Proposals for a "no jab, no fly" policy have sparked intensive debate within the travel industry.
Qantas and Virgin Australia now plate up very different meals at the pointy end of the plane, but that's not the whole story...
British Airways now won't return to Australian skies until the back end of 2021.
“We will have seven lounges, in the biggest ports,” says Virgin Australia CEO Jayne Hrdlicka.
Taiwan's chic new carrier plans to outstrip its rivals by adding first class to its forthcoming Airbus A350 fleet.
From Opal cards and contactless payments through to time-saving tricks and more, here's your guide to Sydney's Airport Link train.
NZ PM Ardern expects the trans-Tasman bubble will open in the first quarter of next year.
Hotel and home isolation periods might be shortened by pre-flight COVID testing.
Iceland aims for carbon-free domestic flight by decade’s end, while Sweden’s Heart Aerospace targets 2026 for e-plane approval.
Time's running out to get Qantas Gold status if you’re a high flyer member at Virgin Australia or over a dozen other airlines.
Two of Thai's six superjumbos have hit the second-hand market.
The airline says it's in negotiations with Boeing over the fate of three factory-fresh 777s with new first class suites.
Germany, France, Switzerland and Austria will expand their cross-country rail services.