Low hanging cloud has disrupted at least 24 flights so far in Wellington today, including several to and from Canterbury.
A Canterbury grandmother has been fined $3700 for a chicken sandwich she bought at Christchurch Airport and forgot was in her backpack when she arrived in Australia.
A flight attendant has lifted the lid on the crazy lengths people will go to in order to get upgraded to first or business class.
If you think it is difficult getting from the South Island to the North Island by train, think again - it’s more than difficult.
She has dressed royals and PMs. Now, Kiwi fashion designer Emilia Wickstead’s sophisticated designs will be worn by Air New Zealand’s cabin crew.
A 12-second screaming match on a packed passenger plane has relaunched one of travel’s most controversial debates: When is it ever okay to recline your plane seat?
Christchurch's buses and ferries are set to go cashless from the second half of next year in a bid to reduce incidents and complaints.
At least five flights into and out of Christchurch Airport have been cancelled or delayed so far this afternoon.
The community group opposing Christchurch Airport Ltd's plan to build a new airport at Tarras is preparing for a costly battle in the Environment Court.
A Disney cruise ship will sail into NZ with its crew of Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars characters for another new season next year.
Christchurch tourism chiefs are predicting bumper winter and summer seasons as the city re-establishes itself as a key travel destination.
Singapore Airlines has added three more flights a week to its Christchurch route and is set to bring its Airbus A380 back to New Zealand.
Thousands of passengers who have lost money after having their Cook Strait ferry sailings cancelled could chase the ferry companies for reimbursement, Consumer NZ says.
When Christchurch beautician Carissa Mulvaney booked an island getaway with Fiji Spring Break, she couldn’t wait for the adventure of a lifetime with her partner and friend. But the week would prove unforgettable for them - and dozens of others - for all the wrong reasons.
After being trapped for hours on the 22nd floor of a hotel following the 2011 Christchurch earthquake, Andy Cleverley decided to change his life - and start a YouTube channel.