‘Shattered': Qantas issues border demand
Qantas has demanded assurances domestic borders will remain open from some point in the near future as the airline complains summer closures have devastated confidence in travel.
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Fly Air France with Peace and Ease
With most travel on pause for the time being, it is hard to gauge when it will be back full force. A lot of travelers are eager to jump back in and start planning their next...
13 hours ago - Global Traveler
How to Travel by Train After Lockdown
A train station in Denmark The coronavirus pandemic has changed the world. It's not going away anytime soon, so instead of restricting ourselves, we should be committed to...
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Alaska Airlines completes its first 737 Max flight
The airline expects to take delivery of 13 of the Boeing aircraft this year.
1 day ago - Travel Weekly
Airline's new flight on our busiest route
Up, up and away - there's a new contender in town serving Australia's busiest route.
2 days ago - Travel News
Airlines making diversity a priority
Airlines have made some strides on diversity. But better metrics are needed.
3 days ago - Travel Weekly
Boeing 777 makes emergency landing
A Boeing 777 airliner was forced to make an emergency landing in Moscow on Friday, after reporting engine problems.
4 days ago - Travel News
Qantas' tough international travel rule
It appears Qantas is following through on its promise to require international travellers to be vaccinated against COVID-19, with the airline already trialling new vaccine...
4 days ago - Travel News
Lufthansa Group starting service to Anchorage
The airline conglomerate's new long-haul leisure brand, Eurowings Discover, will fly to the Alaskan city three times a week.
4 days ago - Travel Weekly
News: Embleton appointed chief executive of Aer Lingus
International Airlines Group has appointed Lynne Embleton to the role of chief executive of Irish flag-carrier Aer Lingus. She will start her new role on April 6th.
4 days ago - Breaking Travel News
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‘We can't afford that': State's plea to PM
The Palaszczuk government has again demanded the JobKeeper wage subsidy program be extended for the tourism sector after it was revealed international travellers wouldn't be...
Fauci presents his personal virus model to Smithsonian
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the immunologist who became the face of the U.S. government's pandemic response, has donated his personal 3D model of the COVID-19 virus to the Smithsonian's...
Rock 'n' roll's big night comes to Cleveland â in fall
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame announced Tuesday that the 2021 induction ceremony will take place at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland on October 30
CMA Fest canceled for 2nd year in a row due to COVID-19
Country music festival CMA Fest will be canceled for a second year in a row because of the COVID-19 pandemic
Largest renewable natural gas plant set to be built in Ontario
Construction is already underway at the new plant. New jobs are coming to Ontario after a renewable natural gas plant was approved by the province. The Niagara Falls Renewable...
Revenge Travel: What Will Travel Look Like After the Pandemic?
By summer 2021, travelers will be less worried about safety and ready for revenge travel - trips and vacations planned as a form of pandemic payback.
I Officially Want All My Skincare In Stick Form Now, Thank You
There are a lot of habits we've needed to change this year. We've been washing our hands way more often and doing our best not to touch our faces. The latter was a tough one...
Covid vaccines won't move the needle for those traveling now
A new J.D. Power survey shows that most people who are taking trips now won't change their travel patterns because of the existence Covid-19 vaccines.
Royal Caribbean Group hasn't decided if it will require passenger vaccines
CEO Richard Fain says the company will follow the science on Covid-19 vaccination requirements.
Puerto Rico Awarded First USGA Championship
The Grand Reserve Golf Club in Puerto Rico will be the first course outside the mainland in a U.S. territory to host a USGA championship when it welcomes the 7th U.S. Women's...