Stopping by Sydney on her third World Voyage last weekend, Queen Victoria marks another first by being bathed in pink lighting in support of breast cancer research.
Despite a few major accidents in 2009, the year just passed has been one of the best in terms of safety performance, recording the second lowest accident rate in aviation history.
Japan's largest aircraft-seat manufacturer apologised early last week after admitting it had been falsifying safety test data for seats for several years.
Five rival U.S carriers have sought permission from regulators to fly to Tokyo's downtown Haneda Airport, which is being opened to limited international flights.
Royal Caribbean International will double the number of ships it sails from Australia during the 2011/12 season.
Flight comparison site Skyscanner recently conducted a survey, which asked nearly 500 people to share their thoughts about Air New Zealand's new Skycouch.
A Qantas plane bound for Shanghai was forced to circle Sydney for more than three hours yesterday after its landing gear failed to retract.
Princess Cruises will be welcoming two new ships into its worldwide fleet as it announced a new contract with Italian ship-builder Fincantieri for the construction of two 3,600-passenger cruise ships
Wotif yesterday announced its profits for the first half of the financial year, and declares its $27.6 million after tax profit proves that consumers are "deserting the old world 'bricks and mortar' ...
Qantas said it remained cautious today after reporting a $58 million profit after tax in the first financial half of the year, a fraction of the $210 million achieved a year earlier and has opted not...
Eurostar has reported a 7 percent year on year increase in its Australian passenger numbers.
Throwing together travellers with itchy feet, a high Aussie dollar against the greenback, and some great deals, the peak USA tourism body says now is the perfect time to sell the United States.
Aitutaki is rapidly recovering from Cyclone Pat's visit last week and is open for business, assured the Cook Islands earlier this week.
Canecutter's disease is becoming a growing problem for travellers, according to research undertaken by the University of Queensland.
Commercial flights at Haiti's main airport Port-au-Prince will be relaunched on Friday, a month after a massive 7.0 quake devastated the Caribbean nation.
British Airways has announced plans to turn household waste products into a biofuel for its planes from 2014 onwards, though initial media reports have questioned whether this has been approved by lo...
Qantas has been accused of sex discrimination after firing 14 female aircraft cleaners and replacing them with male baggage handlers.
Campervan and motorhome operator Tourism Holdings Australia (thl) announced yesterday its signing of an eco-friendly Leave No Trace scheme with the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia (CMCA).
Brussels had one of its worst rail accidents on Monday as two local passenger trains collided head-on near the suburb of Halle, killing at least 18 people.
The Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney officially opened Australia's first CHI Spa last night, unveiling a new place of enchantment and well-being.