Australia's new digital version of the incoming passenger card, due later this year, might be getting a COVID upgrade.
Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury says the European planemaker is navigating the downturn ‘plane by plane’.
Most of the low-cost carrier's Dreamliners are ready to be tucked in for an extended snooze.
Even the proposed safe travel zone with Australia looks 'increasingly difficult', says New Zealand's Prime Minister.
The world's second-longest flight won't return until November 2021, but Brisbane-Doha will now continue into 2022.
They've flown you to Singapore, London and the USA: now they're parked in the desert, hoping one day to return to the skies.
Emirates makes an early return to Australia's three largest cities.
These concepts were among those shortlisted for Cathay's exploration of new Boeing 777-9 first class suites.
"We’re going to be looking for new international opportunities, and India’s just a matter of time" says Qantas CEO Alan Joyce.
This one-off topless Tesla is proof we need to see more in the large, luxurious convertible EV space.
While Qantas won't be flying aircraft with first class for some years to come, its first class lounges stand ready to reopen.
More airlines are adopting 'digital health certificates' which could eventually be built into their own apps.
As the Boeing 737 MAX returns to the skies, airlines know that some passengers will be wary of flying on the troubled jet.
The latest repatriation flights are part of an ongoing effort to bring Australians home.
Malaysia Airlines plans to gradually restore international flights in a sign of optimism for 2021.
Even with full nation-wide vaccination by October, don't expect overseas travel to snap back all of a sudden.
From later this year, every Cathay Pacific flight to Australia will offer the carrier’s latest business class and premium economy.
The island-nation also mandates insurance for virus-related treatment and hospitalisation with a minimum coverage of S$30,000.