Big-spending Chinese tourists once buoyed the global travel industry. But with Chinese economy looking a little shaky, more are staying at home.
A sleep scientist explains how to maximise your chances of getting decent rest while trapped on a plane.
Canada has taken positive steps in recognizing and supporting LGBTQ+ communities. However, that support does not always extend to people seeking asylum.
We hear a lot about the negative impact of rate rises on mortgage repayments while little is made of the benefits of high interest rates.
New research suggests many families of autistic children are reluctant to travel.
Long journeys by car, boat, bus, train or plane can turn going away into a miserable ordeal.
Over the past 60 years, the duration of flights has remained roughly the same, while passengers have been subjected to more indignities, longer waits and more cancellations.
When people see their friends behaving selfishly on holiday, they might assume they can do the same.
Crowding is increasingly affecting all kinds of public lands. Adjoining communities need to find ways to manage it, or risk harm to the attractions that make them a destination.
New research on our desire to create shared memories with the people we care about offers insights for companies that want to improve their customer service.
While the pandemic undoubtedly impacted the aviation industry, its problems were already present prior to COVID-19. The pandemic simply intensified these issues.
Precautions taken in response to COVID-19 explain some but not all of the recent long delays in getting a passport.
While it is critical that air passengers be compensated for airline delays and cancellations, it is equally — if not more — important to address the underlying causes of such disruptions.
It’s a popular but expensive way of paying.
Aphrodite’s Breath is the story of the island of Kythera, and of being a sometimes unsatisfactory daughter to a much loved, but aloof, mother.
Rockets used to launch satellites fall back to Earth, and as their number grows, the risk faced by people living on the ground — or flying in airplanes — increases.
An international education expert offers five tips for students planning to study overseas in a post-pandemic world.
To make it easier to visit Indonesia, tourist operators need help overcoming the nation’s comparatively low technology readiness – which ranks below Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
The chaos at airlines and airports appears to finally be over, but will the relief last? Or will Canadians have to brace themselves for more delays, cancellations and miscommunications?
These vibrant writers embrace the open road and claim spaces that were denied them during apartheid.