Air Canada

As it marks its 80th anniversary this year, Air Canada is primed to reinforce its position as a global, customer-focused organisation, but one with a truly Canadian spirit.



Cruise

The easiest ways to win Cruise Trivia

Cruise Pursuit is fast approaching and we’re giving you the best tips to win. Sadly, our boss said no to a tiara and sash for the winners.

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Destinations

How to warn Aussies about dangerous destinations

by Bessie Hassan

We do our part to warn people about dangerous destinations by hanging an ‘enter at own risk’ sign on our bedroom door.

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Travel Agents

6 ways travel agencies can build up their brand

We’ve uncovered the hottest six tips to building up your agency brand. We tried building our own brand until we ran out of lego blocks.

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Destinations

Sydney ranks #2 in world’s best places to visit

Sydney’s proved it’s definitely holiday material, promising to hold your hand and remember your birthday. Wait, hang on, that’s boyfriend material.

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Travel Agents

Travel agent busted for hacking rival’s systems

by Hannah Edensor

A travel agent has pleaded guilty to hacking into a rival’s computer systems. Meanwhile, we struggle just to log-in to our gmail account.

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Aviation

Airline mulls standing seats because planes aren’t squished enough

by Hannah Edensor

It could be standing room only on this aircraft, and by that we don’t mean its ridiculously popular, we mean they literally want ‘standing’ seats.

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Hotels

Big Fat Hotel Wrap

The only thing we love more than typing up thousands of words about hotels is knowing we can’t afford to stay in half of them.

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Hotels

Hilton Melbourne sold to Pan Pacific

Pan Pacific Hotel Group has acquired Hilton Melbourne South Wharf, while Travel Weekly has acquired a working heater for the office.

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Aviation

What’s new at Air Canada

Think you know Air Canada? Think again. We’ve got the ultimate cheat sheet to get you up to speed, although if there’s a quiz we’re all getting busted for fraud.

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Travel Agents

Flavour of the Week

Have you noticed a shortage of car parks and biro pens in your office lately? These new hires could be to blame.

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Midweek Interview

Midweek Interview with Adventure World’s Jerry Pilgrim

Travel Weekly enjoys a sauna and spa with Adventure World’s Jerry Pilgrim. We got this interview and lost three kilos too!

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Cruise

What else does Cruise Pursuit have in store?

Any agent not registered for Cruise Pursuit will be kicking themselves if they miss it. Although it’s quite difficult to kick yourself so maybe not.

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Current QF Trans Tasman experience with Jet Connect is well below par. They are already treating it like a domestic…

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DESTINATIONS

How to warn Aussies about dangerous destinations

We do our part to warn people about dangerous destinations by hanging an ‘enter at own risk’ sign on our bedroom door.

DESTINATIONS

Sydney ranks #2 in world’s best places to visit

Sydney’s proved it’s definitely holiday material, promising to hold your hand and remember your birthday. Wait, hang on, that’s boyfriend material.

DESTINATIONS

Where to find the best “no-filter required” travel snaps

We apply 17 different filters and lighting tricks to each of our Instagram photos, and still only manage about 12 likes per post.

DESTINATIONS

Emirates unveils top destinations for Aussies

We made a list of our top destinations for 2017, and it included Dan Murphy’s, the local Oportos, and the $2 shop near our house.

DESTINATIONS

Tourists evacuated as Brussels soldiers foil “terror attack”

A busy tourist spot in Brussels has been evacuated after soldiers shot down a suspected suicide bomber.

WANDERLUST FESTIVAL

2016-02-18 |

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

Snowy Mountains Country Music Festival 2016

2016-03-04 | Thredbo,NSW

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. Find out more >

Sculpture by the Sea 2015

2015-10-22 | Bondi,NSW

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. Find out more >

Twilight at Taronga

2016-01-28 | Sydney,NSW

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. Find out more >

Aviation

Passengers loving self-serve tech at airports

Passengers are singing ‘I’m Lovin It’ as they use new airport technology, although it might just be because they got some McNuggets before their flight.

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Cruise

Big Fat Cruise Wrap

It’s Wednesday and that can only mean two things; Cruise Wrap and our turn to take the office dog to his weekly manicure.

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Technology

Booking.com joins OTA big leagues with more products

by Hannah Edensor

Booking.com has graduated from Little League and joined the likes of Expedia. Although we’re not saying it’s anything like baseball.

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Technology

Even Google can’t match our booking data: Adara CEO

by Richie Kenzie

Adara’s CEO speaks exclusively to Travel Weekly about his plans for world data domination. Sadly, he wasn’t stroking a cat in an underground lair at the time.

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Wholesalers

“You can’t have a fat passport and a narrow mind”: Trafalgar

by Hannah Edensor

Trafalgar ambassador Patricia Schultz says travel makes people’s lives richer. Ironically, travelling has also made us poorer.

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Travel Agents

AFTA protects agents from suppliers gone bust

Travel Weekly was on hand to catch AFTA’s announcement on a new insolvency scheme this morning. Well, we would’ve been had we not overslept.

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Aviation

Why Vancouver is a great gateway to North America

We’ve uncovered the true gateway to America, although by ‘gateway’ we mean entry point and not a fancy picket fence.

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Aviation

And Australia’s most complained about airline goes to…?

Aussies can add these airlines to their list of complaints, alongside the weather, losing cricket, and having to work after public holidays.

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Destinations

Where to find the best “no-filter required” travel snaps

We apply 17 different filters and lighting tricks to each of our Instagram photos, and still only manage about 12 likes per post.

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Cruise

The Cruise Pursuit secrets you’ll by dying to know!

We’re giving away more Cruise Pursuit answers than you can poke a stick at. Well, we could probably poke a stick at them if we had a stick.

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Aviation

Aussie flyers “think with their pocket not their head”: AV expert

by Hannah Edensor

An AV expert is claiming Aussies don’t think straight when it comes to budget airfares. Although we don’t mean Aussies think in circles, mind.

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Aviation

Big Fat Airline Wrap

You’re all busy bees so we’ve made this short and sweet. We wanted to say ‘just like us’ but our colleagues reckon we’re tall and rude.

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