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REVEALED: All the finalists for the inaugural CATO Awards

Did you fail to find your name on the shortlist for this year’s National Travel Industry Awards? Try again here.

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Travel Agents

National Travel industry Awards 2019 finalists revealed!

Did you submit an entry to this year’s NTIAs? Find out if you impressed the judges here.

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Tourism

AFTA comments on The Travel Awards 2019

The Australian Federation of Travel Agents has welcomed the name change of The Misfits and Travel Weekly’s travel industry awards program.

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Snag yourself a ticket for AFTA’s NTIA awards Gala Dinner!

Dust off your frocks because the travel industry’s night of nights is now accepting ticket requests!

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AFTA excludes Si Holidays from supplier benefits amid closure fears

We’ve got some more bad news to share from AFTA today. Meanwhile, we have some good news: we found a muffin under our desk before the office dog did.

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AFTA revokes two agency accreditations after liquidation

by Hannah Edensor

Two companies are in the naughty corner after being stripped of their ATAS accreditation. Although we can’t confirm anyone was actually banished to a corner.

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Travel Agents

Big Fat Agent Wrap

It’s Friday the 13th, so check out this extra spooky Agent Wrap. To be honest there’s nothing creepy about it, but give it a read it anyway.

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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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Travel Agents

Open to one and all, it’s time to have your ATAS say

by Daisy Melwani

One year on, AFTA are set to review ATAS and welcome your feedback and recommendations.

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Travel Agents

No risky business with MTA

by Daisy Melwani

Mobile Travel Agents launches Zero Flight Risk, one of the industry’s biggest initiatives since the TCF was dismantled.

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News

Insurance boss jets in for AFTA talks

The founder of a UK insurance firm will jet into Sydney for talks with the Australian Federation of Travel Agents […]

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Comment: AFTA needs more TCF cash

It may have fallen well short of the $9 million initially requested, but a $2.8m grant awarded to the Australian […]

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