If you live in a big city you've never even noticed this tourist's gem sliding past you every single day.
The last bastion of forced boredom will soon be no more, as inflight wifi becomes the norm.
Beautiful winding farm roads curve around ancient bays and volcanic craters and you're almost guaranteed a great view anywhere you look.
The world's mega rich pay this businessman $36,000 a year, just to organise their ultimate travel.
A passenger was foaming at the mouth when a doctor stepped in with a toothpick and spoon.
A military fort by a steep, wind-swept cliff is New Zealand's newest campground.
A flood of new airline services and carriers will keep fares at low levels over the next year.
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This tourist attraction, named the best in NZ, allows you to sing and swing with the native birds.
Mysterious case of vitamin sea: A lovely day out for an Auckland mum turned out to be a bit of a lemon.
How bad is pointing a laser at a plane cockpit really? As it turns out: Bad. Very bad.
Aircraft engineers have successfully tested the world's first four-seater plane that uses emission-free hybrid fuel cells.
Laser strikes can completely blind pilots - there is little they can do other than look away and hope.
The city of Reykjavik turned off its street lamps so that people could get a better view of the Northern Lights.
The Dubai government is rewarding skinny staff with airline tickets and cash prizes.
They might not have all the flashy bells and whistles of the world's top tourist destinations, but these 'boring' cities actually make for excellent travel destinations.
Because all women think about shopping while men are more interested in football, right?
The stunning West Coast Wilderness Trail, stretching from Greymouth to Ross, is recommended as a four-day ride.
Pattaya's somewhat dubious reputation is uncalled for.
Ronaldo, who bought the airplane for $27 million, was not on board at the time.