Travel Agents

CTM $42.1mil profit from global growth

by Kate Webster

Corporate Travel Management (CTM) today reported a record $42.1mil profit for the financial year ending 2016, the results driven by new client wins in all markets.

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Travel Agents

Helloworld ends year on $3.5mil profit

by Kate Webster

Profit before tax was $3.5 million for the year ending June 2016, a significant improvement on the prior year loss of $198.4 million.

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Hawaii

Hawaii Tourism on the front foot

by Travel Weekly

Hawaii Tourism Authority’s visiting CEO praises Australian visitors and outlines his vision for keeping the islands front of mind as a holiday destination

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Wholesalers

Scenic’s online HUB the place to be

by Kate Webster

Scenic is equipping agents with the tools needed to better sell the product with the launch of an online portal called Scenic HUB.

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Aviation

Virgin flying rescue pets to new homes

by Kate Webster

Virgin Australia and Jetpets have announced a partnership which will see them unite rescue pets with their fur-ever homes across Australia.

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Aviation

Virgin Australia and Singapore Airlines codeshare to continue

by Kate Webster

Virgin Australia and Singapore Airlines codeshare agreement has received a preliminary tick of approval to extend with the ACCC.

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Destinations

Discover Tasmania: 6 reasons you should visit

by Sophia Mest

Don’t leave Tasmania off the map when you decide to travel Australia.

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Travel Agents

What happened at helloworld Frontliners Brisbane

These helloworlders sure looked like they had a great time.

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News

Travel insurance a must-have inclusion

by Kate Webster

Travel insurance is a highly competitive market, on both the price and features of policies.

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Wholesalers

Big Fat Wholesaler Wrap

by Kate Webster

The latest wholesaler news in one big fat wrap right here.

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Destinations

Australian tourism welcomes triple growth

by Kate Webster

The Australian tourism industry has welcomed a growth three times faster than the Australian economy over the year to June.

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Technology

Fighting travel fraud

Nethone aims to eliminate the burning problem of fraud that costs travel industry hundreds of millions of dollars annually.

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A $1.5 bil profit the best yet for Qantas

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DESTINATIONS

Hawaii Tourism on the front foot

Hawaii Tourism Authority’s visiting CEO praises Australian visitors and outlines his vision for keeping the islands front of mind as a holiday destination

DESTINATIONS

Discover Tasmania: 6 reasons you should visit

Don’t leave Tasmania off the map when you decide to travel Australia.

DESTINATIONS

Australian tourism welcomes triple growth

The Australian tourism industry has welcomed a growth three times faster than the Australian economy over the year to June.

DESTINATIONS

Walk your way through history in NSW

NSW offers a multitude of walking experiences which showcase the fascinating history and natural beauty of the State.

DESTINATIONS

Discover more with &Tokyo campaign launch

The new branding campaign for Tokyo will target the luxury and the family markets.

Windstar Cruises

Welcome to the casually elegant small ship world. Onboard Windstar Cruises, you are not just a room number, but one of only 300 privileged guests. No lines. No waiting. Just incredible personal service where the crew delights in knowing your name. Explore local cultures and experience vibrants cuisines on one of Windstar’s artfully crafted itineraries. It’s really an amazing experience you won’t find on larger cruise ships.

WANDERLUST FESTIVAL

18/02/2016 | Thredbo

Unplug from the ordinary. Adventure awaits. Wanderlust festivals are 4-day celebrations of mindful living.

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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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Wholesalers

Hurtigruten appoint Bentours as GSA

by Kate Webster

Hurtigruten’s new partnership with Bentours is to facilitate the rapid expansion of the expedition cruising and coastal voyages product.

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Travel Agents

Flight Centre profits down amid challenging environment

by Kate Webster

The challenging global environment has been attributed to the travel group’s net profit of $244.6 million.

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Destinations

Walk your way through history in NSW

by Kate Webster

NSW offers a multitude of walking experiences which showcase the fascinating history and natural beauty of the State.

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Aviation

Big Fat Airline Wrap

by Kate Webster

Blondes on board with Air Asia, Emirates adds services and new baggage rules for Cathay Pacific.

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Destinations

Discover more with &Tokyo campaign launch

The new branding campaign for Tokyo will target the luxury and the family markets.

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Midweek Interview

Midweek Interview: Catherine Marshall, Senior Sales Executive NSW, TravelCube

If Catherine Marshall from TravelCube could be anyone for a day, it would be Beyonce performing in NYC.

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Hotels

Booking.com opens Brisbane digs

by Kate Webster

Brisbane is the third office Booking.com has opened in Australia.

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Aviation

AirAsia X posts 6.5 mil second quarter profit

by Kate Webster

AirAsia X Berhad has recorded a historic first ever profit for the second quarter since initial public offering (IPO).

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Destinations

Kuala Lumpur’s top 5 cheap eats

Dine like a king or a queen for next to nothing in South East Asia’s Food Paradise.

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Aviation

A $1.5 bil profit the best yet for Qantas

by Kate Webster

The $1.53 billion full year underlying profit for Qantas is a massive turnaround from the $2.8 billion loss posted just two years ago.

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Travel Agents

Flight Centre top in people’s choice

by Kate Webster

Flight Centre is the agent of choice for Aussies booking travel according to recent findings by Roy Morgan Research.

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Cruise

Big Fat Cruise Wrap

by Kate Webster

Cruising to more destinations with new ships and more in the Big Fat Cruise Wrap.

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