Brisbane has had it's highest spike in international visitation in a decade, with more than 5.6 million international visitors touching down at Brisbane Airport in the past financial year.
Virgin Australia ran at a $185.8 million loss last financial year, narrowing its loss from $224.7 million a year earlier. And for the first time in five years, it's cash flow positive.
There's a mystery enthralling the world of finance that stretches from picturesque Chinese island of Hainan to Wall Street, and all the way to the Brisbane headquarters of Australia's second largest airline.
Two Qantas flights have returned to Sydney after they suffered separate issues on international routes.
Air France has expanded its no-fly zone over North Korea after missing a missile test by 10 minutes.
Webjet says it will become the world's second largest online travel wholesaler when it forks out $332 million to buy European company JacTravel.
If you think someone should do something about the cramped legroom on airplanes, you've got a friend in a US federal court.
Billionaire Richard Branson says he's ceding control of Virgin Atlantic so that the airline can join what it claims will be "the most significant joint venture in aviation."
Shares in Webjet have taken a hit after the online travel agency flagged an accounting dispute that could hurt its full-year earnings.
When United reported earnings this month, investors feared they might go off a cliff after the global uproar it had caused forcefully dragging a passenger off a plane. Not so. The case will be studied in business school for years.
Qantas will stop using a toxic firefighting foam that spilled from a hangar into the Brisbane River earlier this year.
Travellers on a troubled Qantas flight are finally on their way back to Sydney
Air traffic controllers in the UK have warned the country's skies are running out of room.
Half-a-million more passengers passed through Brisbane Airport in 2016-17 than in the previous financial year, with almost all that growth occurring at the international terminal.
Passengers flying into the US from 10 Muslim-majority countries affected by the ban may now take their laptops into the cabin with them.
Alliance Airlines has expanded into the commercial passenger market, after becoming Australiasia's leading contract and charter flight provider.
Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar Al Baker apologised "unreservedly" for his unflattering description of US flight attendants as grandmothers.
Officials are investigating how close a plane reportedly came to landing on a crowded taxiway.
India is considering selling state-owned Air India in parts to make it attractive to potential buyers, as it reviews options to divest the loss-making flagship carrier.
A flight attendant had to break a wine bottle over the head of a man who lunged for an exit door and fought with other passengers during a Delta Air Lines flight from Seattle to Beijing.
Investors betting against Australia's most shortest stock and claiming its business model is outdated have lost money yet again as the travel group's shares soared this week following a profit upgrade. It's not the first time.
"The best way of getting wealth to as many people as possible is to create more businesses, create more entrepreneurs," Richard Branson says.
Shares of Flight Centre have jumped in early trading after the company raised its full-year earnings forecast following stronger-than-expected sales and profit in the second half.
Virgin Group boss Richard Branson says Qantas sought financial help from the federal government in 2014 just so it could flood the market with flights and push Virgin Australia out of business.
Ambitious plans to build a commercial airport near Koo Wee Rup have been described as Melbourne's answer to Sydney's Badgerys Creek.
The United States' top diplomat in Australia called on airlines to make the flights happen.
The incident comes a week after another AirAsia flight turned back following suspected engine failure.
A $7 billion proposal to build a privately-owned international airport for Melbourne's south-east will be presented to the Victorian government next week.
The boss of Melbourne Airport has hit back at claims Australia's monopoly airports are gouging airlines and that privatisation has been a failure.
The number of passengers passing through Melbourne Airport will double to 70 million a year over the next two decades, according to the airport's boss, who says plans for rail and road infrastructure must be put in place now to handle such growth.
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Melbourne designer Blair Archibald steals the show with a coat made from recycled fibre.
School morning teas for mums and travel schedules can make life hard.
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