As one obstacle clears for Qantas' ambitious plan, the current crisis puts it on hold again.
With a fairly low rate of Covid-19 so far, Cuba takes strong measures.
Travel insurance rules have gotten murkier in the crisis and in some areas new policies are not even available.
Brussels Airlines, Condor and even Air France/KLM face the possibility of government take-over to prevent collapse.
American's retiring 767s are headed to Israel for conversion into freighters.
With only armchair travel available, familiar guidebooks take on a new importance.
With no cruises sailing, the industry wants to keep the future alive by promoting wanderlust
While S7 encourages stay-at-homes, another airline is offering risky flight insurance.
A postal service born to promote local bakeries has taken on new importance as cities are locked down.
With many routes on hiatus and demand for seats low, airlines that planned to retire the jumbos soon have accelerated the process.
The river cruise giant will enter the U.S. market with a new ship in 2022, sailing between New Orleans and St Paul with St Louis as a pivot.
As hotels struggle for business, Red Roof comes up with another temporary niche.
Lausanne's night watchman, one of few left in Europe, rings the city's emergency bell as a reminder of coronavirus restrictionss.
With cars at bay, the maintenance crew renews a London landmark painted on the street.
As China sees a continuing decline in coronavirus cases, it's cautiously re-opening a number of attractions.