Destinations

Vandals slash Canadian mountain gondola cable

by Ali Coulton

This is the second time the gondola’s cable has been cut, marking just over a year since the last incident.

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Aviation

Federal government looks to increase Australia’s cap on international arrivals

by Christian Fleetwood

The federal government plans to increase the cap on international arrivals to 6,000 per week, but it needs the states and territories to play their part.

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Destinations

Tune in to the final webinar of Tourism Authority of Thailand’s series this Friday

If you need more convincing, TAT is also giving away an additional prize on top of the three $50 Coles gift cards that are up for grabs.

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Wholesalers

Intrepid launches new ‘Family Retreats’

The adventure travel company has thrown together some new trips to cater to huge demand in bookings for family travel.

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Aviation

Virgin Australia to cut 150 head office roles, pauses JV with Delta Air Lines

by Huntley Mitchell

Virgin Australia’s imminent emergence out of administration continues to take shape, with the embattled airline flagging more redundancies.

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Cruise

Cruise Wrap: Carnival’s fleet changes, Silversea unveils art collection + MORE

Travel Weekly is tickled pink to present you with this week’s Cruise Wrap, and that’s not only because it was the last thing standing between us and lunch.

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Technology

Webjet boss banks $21.2m after offloading more than half his stake in the company

by Huntley Mitchell

John Guscic isn’t the only Webjet exec to have offloaded shares in recent days, with chairman Roger Sharp also getting in on the action.

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Cruise

“We must improve”: Hurtigruten responds to COVID-19 outbreak findings

Hurtigruten has shared the findings of a report into the cause of a recent outbreak of COVID-19 on one of its ships.

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Tourism

WHM parliamentary inquiry urges government to develop ‘Have a Gap Year at Home’ campaign

Young Australians would be the targets of a new campaign to combat a shortage of backpacker workers in agriculture, according to a recommendation from an inquiry into the Working Holiday Maker program.

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Travel Agents

Kiwi agents and travellers to be reimbursed under new government scheme

Jacinda Ardern and her team are looking after New Zealand’s agents and travellers with a brill new scheme. Over to you, ScoMo.

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Midweek Interview

Life in the time of COVID-19 with Bench Africa’s Julie De Palo

This week, we challenged Bench Africa’s groups and operations director to a game of Pictionary. She wiped the floor with us.

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Aviation

Crooked Compass founder launches private aircraft tour company

One way to avoid dodgy plane food, seat kickers, crying babies and flight delays is to choose to travel via private aircraft. Or take high-grade sleeping pills, which actually works out much cheaper.

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Hayman Island by InterContinental Australia

Hayman Island by InterContinental represents a new era of immersive luxury in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. And to celebrate, it's offering agents the chance to win a three-night stay for two at the resort. Here's all you need to know about this amazing opportunity.

Travel DAZE

20-08-20 | Sydney,NSW

It’s the travel industry conference with a difference. Fast-paced, engaging and exciting Ted-Talk-style chats from industry leaders. They keep it short and simple, or we unleash the T-Rex.

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