We Kiwis have tended to think of ourselves as adventurous types, but a survey by Qantas suggests we've become a bit more…
Would you give up the right to spend a penny inflight in return for saving a few bucks on your airline ticket?
Passengers who recline without thinking are no friends of mine.
Ben Stanley's nine hours in Houston International Airport feel like torture.
A nosey up the family tree is the one trip that everyone should make.
Some simple technology would surely ease our passage through airport transit.
Jetstar is trialling a scheme that will see 'cabin baggage officers' busting passengers who try sneak on board planes with oversized or heavy carry-on luggage.
An in-flight medical emergency, with no doctors on board, is a terrifying experience writes Nic Hamilton.
Amid the scandals of the past couple of weeks, John Key played one move that ought to have - in a normal, non-Whale Oiled news cycle - won the campaigning Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism some good press.
It's the gadget that has sparked mid-flight fury and resulted in two passengers being turfed off a plane. So is it good flight etiquette?
Projectile vomits aside, a weak constitution does have its upside, as Yvonne van Dongen explains.
A Dutch rail company has found a novel way to make money from travellers worried about missing flights.
All Alex Robertson wanted was a bar and a quiet beer between flights but he got his ears bent instead.
When he's not interviewing politicians, Derek Cheng spends his time travelling the world cheaply and rock climbing.
John Lee revisits his student daze in Canada.
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