IHG outlines decade long plan for sustainable tourism
Raise your Keep Cups in delight at this hotel giant’s new spate of commitments to sustainable travel.
Plane passenger facing hefty fine over assault of flight attendant
The passenger allegedly ignored instructions from the flight attendant, started yelling expletives at her and other passengers, and then hit her in the face.
International travel ban for Aussies extended by another three months
With all the COVID-19 variants floating about overseas at the moment, this decision by the federal government really shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Travelport completes first-ever end-to-end rebrand
Wondering how the marketing team at Travelport have been filling their time during the industry’s COVID-induced slowdown? Here’s the answer.
Swan Hellenic selects local trade support partner, introduces vaccine requirement for crew
After being brought back from the dead less than a year ago (in the middle of a pandemic, mind you), Swan Hellenic is still very much alive.
Life in the time of COVID-19 with The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts’ Cavaliere Giovanni Viterale
This week, The Fullerton’s GM showed Travel Weekly how to make Salerno-style ravioli. Our editor didn’t have the heart to tell him that he is allergic to gluten.
Qantas to operate first ‘mystery flights’ since the 90s
Flight to nowhere? Check. Flight to somewhere? Check. Flight to who knows where? That’s next for Qantas.
Travelling family cop jail time over fake illness claims against tour operator
These halfwit travellers posted pics of themselves enjoying their holiday on social media, and even gave positive feedback about their trip via a survey, despite claiming to be ill.
Your ultimate agent guide to WA’s Margaret River region
by Sponsored by Tourism Western Australia
Have you always pretended to know everything about the Margaret River region to your clients, despite having never actually been there? Continue the facade with this.
Marriott to more than double all-inclusive portfolio through new deal
Just like the waistline of Travel Weekly’s editor, Marriott’s all-inclusive portfolio of hotels and resorts is expanding.
Even though international travel from Australia will remain off the cards until at least 2021, there are still plenty of reasons to ensure your knowledge of the world’s tourism offerings remains tip-top. Case in point: the stunning nation of Malaysia.