STUDY: experience outweighs destination in trip planning
A traveller survey has revealed what the industry gets wrong about how and why clients plan their trips.
STUDY: Aussies more excited about holidays than sex
This study suggests that either agents are getting better at selling holidays, or Aussies are becoming uglier. Or both.
STUDY: Aussies prefer comfort of their own backyard when it comes to travel
In not so good news for agents, Aussies are most likely to stay close to home instead of exploring far and wide, according to new research.
Australians lagging behind when it comes to number of vacation days
The researchers for this study mustn’t have taken into account Travel Weekly’s staff vacation habits. We lap up as many leave days as possible.
These are the top destinations for vegetarians and vegans around the world
Herbivores, rejoice! We’ve got the top 10 plant-based-friendly countries in world, with two Aussie cities making the top five.
SWITCH OFF: The top five destinations for a digital detox
Fancy travelling to a destination so remote that the only way your boss can reach you is via smoke signals? Click this way.
STUDY: Online reviews a top source of information when booking trips
It looks like your clients may be searching for a second opinion when it comes to hotel and experience recommendations.
STUDY: More Aussies want to travel overseas, but where do they want to go?
Want to wow your friends and colleagues by being able to rattle off the latest tourism statistics? This article should do the trick.
Australia revealed as the ‘riskiest’ holiday destination for Brits
Given Australia is home to all manner of spiders, snakes, poisonous sea creatures and drop bears, this news isn’t so surprising.
STUDY: Trust in travel agents on the rise amongst Aussies
Looks like travel agents are well and truly back in vogue! Not that they ever weren’t, mind you.
RESEARCH: Aussie travellers cutting down length of overseas trips
Meanwhile, Travel Weekly staff are looking to buck the trend and find ways to EXTEND their overseas trips and spend less time in the office.
Research: 14 per cent of drunk purchases are travel related
After hearing that one couple actually purchased an entire hotel while under the influence, we no longer feel bad about our late-night kebab runs.
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