Queen Mary 2 yesterday began its inaugural circumnavigation of Australia as the 2,620-capacity liner departed Fremantle.
Six airport workers charged over plans to import “large quantity” of drugs into Sydney
And they would have gotten away with it too if it wasn’t for COVID-19 and its meddling flight disruptions.
Australia’s internationally recognised vaccine certificate to be released tomorrow
Overseas jaunts are one step closer, with the federal government ready to hit ‘go’ on our new COVID-19 international vaccine certificates.
Google can now estimate carbon emissions for almost all flights
You don’t even need to book through Google Flights to see the CO2 estimate… we’re not suggesting agents steal the info as an add-on for clients, but also we are.
The positive reactions to NSW’s big international travel news continue, but not all industry figures are happy
The overall response to the NSW government’s big international travel announcement on Friday has, unsurprisingly, been a very positive one, but not all industry figures are dancing in the street.
CLIA adds extra support for agent recovery to 2022 membership
Agents who sign up to be a CLIA member will score access to bonus commissions, live events and an expanded education program.
Thailand to scrap quarantine for select overseas visitors
The country is still recording more than 10,000 cases a day and has only fully vaccinated 33 per cent of its population, but Thailand’s PM said reopening was a crucial step to save the economy.
Ukrainian airline scraps heels and tight skirts for comfy suits and Nike sneakers
This airline has given its cabin crew uniform a modern update that ditches tight-fitting, restrictive clothing and high heels for something a bit more suited to the job.
Intrepid snares majority stake in New Zealand’s Haka Tours and ANZ Nature Tours
The global travel B Corp has kicked off its future growth plans with a 60 per cent slice of not one, but two touring brands.
Clive Palmer offloads Qantas shares in protest of airline’s staff vaccination policy
by Ali Coulton
Looks like the mining magnate has taken a break from tweeting his famous Tim Tam poems to shake his fist at the flying kangaroo’s vax policy.
Guests forced to hide as heritage-listed hotel break-in causes $30,000 in damage
A group of people have broken down the door of a historic Kalgoorlie hotel, terrorising guests and forcing one woman to hide in a wardrobe.
Get excited, because the European Showcase is coming to a screen near you!
With international borders on the verge of reopening and hype around overseas travel at an all-time high, this event couldn’t have come at a better time!