Zurich Switzerland

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Cruise

Crystal Cruises to restore historic ocean liner

by AP

Crystal Cruises is planning a US$700 million overhaul of the SS United States.

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Aviation

UK to spray inside Zika region planes

by RAW

Planes landing in the United Kingdom from countries affected by the Zika virus will be sprayed inside with insecticide

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Aviation

Airlines offer to reassign crew on Zika-hit routes

by RAW

Several major airlines are reassigning flight crew concerned about contracting the Zika virus from routes to affected countries.

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Cruise

Carnival reveals its “secret ingredient”

by Anne Majumdar

Carnival Cruise Lines has got the ships and and the hardware, but the secret to its Aussie success lies elsewhere…

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Travel Agents

Rogue agents will be held to account: AFTA

Agents that do wrong thing by consumers will face serious consquences.

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Destinations

Time to pull on your boardshorts and “Dream Big”

Visit California’s latest Australian consumer marketing campaign aims to show off the state’s “laid-back, anything-is-possible” attitude.

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Aviation

Consumers hungry for air travel

by Anne Majumdar

2015 was the strongest year for aviation since the post-GFC rebound in 2010, with consumers benefitting from lower fares than 2014.

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Tourism

Gold Coast Tourism boss fumes over new show

by Ed Jackson - AAP

A new reality show about the Queensland city which featured bikini-clad meter maids and nightclub strippers is insulting, says Martin Winter.

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Destinations

Attack claims “won’t hit Kokoda tourism”

by AAP

Claims by a British man and American woman about being attacked on the Kokoda Track in PNG are not expected to impact the trek’s popularity with Aussies.

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Cruise

Recent gastro outbreaks on cruise ships

by AAP

From time to time, cruise passengers get a little more than they bargained for on the high seas.

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Aviation

Virgin posts strong second quarter profit

by Petrina Berry - AAP

Virgin Australia is cruising through the clear, blue skies of profit.

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Tourism

Biggest recruitment shake up of the year

by Daisy Melwani

Sure, it’s only Feb, but if you haven’t heard of ACI yet, you will with these power duo’s at the helm.

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Travel Product Manager – All about first class?

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MICE Business Development Manager – PCO award winner

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Corporate Travel Management BDM – Love to be Number 1?

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DESTINATIONS

Time to pull on your boardshorts and “Dream Big”

Visit California’s latest Australian consumer marketing campaign aims to show off the state’s “laid-back, anything-is-possible” attitude.

DESTINATIONS

Attack claims “won’t hit Kokoda tourism”

Claims by a British man and American woman about being attacked on the Kokoda Track in PNG are not expected to impact the trek’s popularity with Aussies.

DESTINATIONS

Solomons builds on cruise potential

The Solomon Islands is working hard to boost tourism, with cruise potential turning into a reality.

DESTINATIONS

Five ways to live it up in the richest city in the world

The richest city in the world has, unsurprisingly, got some mind-blowing experiences that can easily rival some of the best in the world.

DESTINATIONS

Latest warning for travellers as Zika spreads

As the Zika virus continues to explode in the Americas and beyond, health experts have stressed that travellers must ensure they are protected from mosquitoes which carry a range of diseases.

Snowy Mountains Country Music Festival 2016

04/03/2016 | Thredbo

Following the triumphant return of country music to the Snowy Mountains earlier this year, Thredbo is excited to announce that the Snowy Mountains Country Music Festival will be back next year with an even bigger line up of stars from Friday 4 March - Sunday 6 March, 2016.

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Sculpture by the Sea 2015

22/10/2015 | Bondi

This year’s exhibition of Sculpture by the Sea transforms the breathtaking Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk with 107 sculptures by artists from 19 countries. The exhibition is free to the public and runs from Thursday 22 October until Sunday 8 November 2015.

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Twilight at Taronga

28/01/2016 | Taronga Zoo

From the stunning vantage point of Taronga Zoo, Twilight at Taronga’s harbour-side amphitheatre will play host to music lovers each weekend from Thursday 28 January through Saturday 12 March 2016, featuring the likes of Missy Higgins, Josh Pyke, The Waifs, Birds of Tokyo and John Butler Trio.

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Australia’s Nature Coast Trade Shows

13/04/2015 | Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane

Australia’s Nature Coast is inviting the travel industry to attend its trade expos in Melbourne, Sydney & Brisbane.

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Cruise

Time to be Eclipse-d as Scenic opens bookings

High adventure, high luxury – what more could you ask for? Scenic Eclipse is now open for sale.

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Aviation

Man sucked out of plane, bomb suspected

by Abdi Sheikh - AAP

Investigators believe a bomb probably caused an onboard explosion, that saw a man die as he was sucked out of a plane.

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Tourism

Indonesia has the right idea, says TTF

Australia should scrap hefty visa fees for Indonesian visitors, says the TTF.

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Cruise

Gastro outbreak on cruise ship in Sydney

by Anne Majumdar/AAP

158 passengers aboard Diamond Princess are suffering from gastroenteritis.

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Destinations

Solomons builds on cruise potential

The Solomon Islands is working hard to boost tourism, with cruise potential turning into a reality.

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Cruise

Which agents are the cream of the cruise crop?

The countdown is on – which agents are in the running to scoop the cruise awards at CLIA Australasia’s annual big bash?

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Aviation

All change over at Star Alliance

Star Alliance has a new local chair – what has he got planned for the Australian market this year?

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Aviation

The secrets of inflight dining revealed

BA head chef Mark Tazzioli explains how much our taste buds change in the sky, which foods you CAN’T serve at 30,000ft and lifts the lid on the airline’s most popular meal…

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Destinations

Five ways to live it up in the richest city in the world

The richest city in the world has, unsurprisingly, got some mind-blowing experiences that can easily rival some of the best in the world.

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Travel Agents

And we’re back: Travel DAZE returns to Sydney

As the new year kicks off, you’ll be pleased to hear we have already started work on our flagship Travel DAZE conference

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Cruise

Steady as she goes for Uniworld

by Richie Kenzie

It’s all about quality over quantity for this river cruise operator.

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Aviation

Emirates named world’s “most valuable” airline brand

For another year running, the airline’s brand has outvalued rivals with the growth looking set to continue.

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