The $50 million Rydges hotel will feature a rooftop bar and viewing deck.
Aviation industry decision makers will land in Brisbane in 2019, for the 145th IATA Slot Conference.
Tourism Australia and China Southern Airlines have signed a first-ever deal to develop business events.
Alliance Airlines has given a resounding thumbs up to Kingscote Airport’s$18 million upgrade.
Current regulatory approval for the alliance expires at the end of October this year and the parties will not apply for renewal. Get the goss here.
History was made on Sunday (25 March) when Qantas’ QF9 carriage, departing from Perth, landed in London to become the first regularly-scheduled direct commercial flight between Australia and Europe.
Virgin Australia has announced the commencement of services between Brisbane and Alice Springs.
Singapore Airlines has revised its Capital Express route, by de-linking the Wellington service and increasing its daily operations with a new Singapore-Sydney-Canberra-Singapore routing.
Malaysia Airlines will be reinstating direct flights between Kuala Lumpur and Brisbane effective 6 June 2018.
The Whitsundays will be showcased to a potential 170,000 Chinese visitors over the next four years thanks to a partnership that has resulted in four new direct flights a week from Beijing to Brisbane.
Virgin Australia has joined the Professional Conference Organisers Association (PCOA) business partnership program.
Qantas has unveiled its first Boeing Dreamliner, with the first aircraft to debut at the end of 2018.
Under the new deal, customers can choose from a wider range of travel itineraries and fare products that will be progressively offered by the airlines.
From December Tigerair will operate four weekly return services between the Island state and Gold Coast.
The service, which will commence from December, is expected to bring 170,000 extra visitors to Queensland over four years.
United Airlines (UAL) has announced it will start a daily, nonstop service between Sydney and its Houston hub.
The twice-weekly flights on Jetstar’s Boeing 787 aircraft, are expected to bring an additional 35,000 Chinese tourists to Australia each year.
In its sixth year of operation, services will be available to and from the Sunshine Coast up to four times per week until October 29.
The initiative was launched in a bid to boost the number of Australians travelling to the former Portuguese enclave.
Check out Air New Zealand’s sleek new Melbourne lounge.