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Tourism

“The travel industry has an important decision”: TTC CEO

The Travel Corp’s global CEO Brett Tollman has stood up in support of World Tourism Day. Although we reckon he wrote this sitting down.

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Cruising for young travellers is finally here

This first of its kind cruise brand had us at ‘Wine & Paint Classes’ because it combines two of our favourite things. Well, one, we hate painting.

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Industry responsive to responsible travel

by Daisy Melwani

The who’s who of the travel industry gathered in a show of support of The Travel Corporation’s TreadRight Foundation.

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Weeks bids final farewell to The Travel Corporation

The former CEO of TTC Australia will depart the company for good next month.

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John 2.0 lands at The Travel Corporation

by Daisy Melwani

Longstanding TTC ceo John Weeks to leave his post to welcome ex-Flight Centre exec, John Veitch to the role.

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Travel Corp watches Egypt ahead of planned return

The Travel Corporation continues to monitor the situation in Egypt in advance of its proposed September return to the destination, […]

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Travel Corp brands set for Egypt return

Contiki and Busabout will resume tours to Egypt in September with Trafalgar and Insight returning in January, The Travel Corporation […]

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China market will "explode", says Tollman

Brands must show patience with the China market as the travelling habits of its citizens slowly evolve, the chief executive […]

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Red Carnation bids for historic Sydney building

The Travel Corporation has rekindled hopes of bringing Red Carnation hotels to Australia after lodging a bid to buy a […]

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Australia off agenda for Red Carnation

The Travel Corporation has all-but abandoned plans to bring Red Carnation hotels to Australia following the mining slowdown in Perth. […]

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AAT Kings faces "massive" changes: Tollman

AAT Kings is undergoing a “massive” transformation as the brand increasingly looks to bolster its appeal in Asia, The Travel […]

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WTTC urges Australia to join "global stage"

Australia has become too introspective and risks missing out on Asia’s travel boom, the leader of the World Travel and […]

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