It's now looking like overseas travel will be off the agenda until next year.
Cathay Pacific returns to Western Australia, being the third Australian state served by the airline during the COVID-19 crisis.
Sydney and Melbourne will be the only Australian cities on Malaysia Airlines' network map until March 2021
Qatar Airways has applied for “a reasonable increase” in its Australian traffic rights, confirms Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker.
Virgin CEO Paul Scurrah says the airline will "fly profitably, price rationally, and reflect the confidence Bain has put in us."
Passport, boarding pass, the all-clear from a 'super-fast' COVID test and you'd be all set to fly, suggests Alan Joyce.
Despite being an 'all Boeing 737' airline for now, Virgin eyes a comeback to routes further afield, including Los Angeles.
Qantas won't follow the lead of US airlines in permanently removing change fees, says CEO Alan Joyce.
If you've paid Virgin Australia thousands of dollars for a now-cancelled flight to Tokyo or LAX, what are your options?
Transcontinental flights will become a tough new battleground for Virgin Australia.
For nearly 70 years the Rolex Oyster has been a wrist-worn staple – the dive watch that became a status symbol.
The five-person craft, which could receive certification by 2024, will have a range of 160km.
The big three US airlines are ditching fees for changing your ticket, in the hope it gives travellers 'a reason to come back'.
The Gulf colossus faces a slow recovery with the help of a massive cash injection by the government.
Chateauroux has reaped a windfall from parking planes, but now it’s run out of room.
The regional airline will launch flights between Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane with a handful of Boeing 737s.
Future Flight Credits will replace Virgin Australia Travel Credits and Conditional Credits, but they'll be more difficult to use.
Alliance Airlines continues to punch above its weight with the addition of 14 Embraer E190 jets to the fleet.