Travel technology player Travelport has unveiled its list of trends that will shape travel experiences as we start the next decade.
Better still, the trends have been presented as a handy infographic, which you can check out in full below:
If you’ve been wondering what travel will look like once this nasty COVID-19 pandemic is behind us, this new infographic may hold the answers.
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The founder of a well-known Aussie tourism company has tragically been killed in a helicopter crash in Western Australia.
The designer of this hotel has crammed as much gold plating into it as possible, including toilets. Yes, you read right: GOLD-PLATED TOILETS.
AFTa’s newly-appointed boss is quickly making his presence felt, this time offering his thoughts on the Tourism Restart Taskforce’s fresh plan for the government.
There is no word yet on whether Russell Coight will be leading these new adventures, but we’ve got our fingers and toes crossed.
We’ve thrown in everything except a pop quiz in this week’s Destination Wrap, but don’t let that stop you from creating your own to test your info retention ability.
by Christian Fleetwood
Got a client who’s hoping to get back home to Sydney from overseas in the coming weeks? They may need to hit pause on those plans.
Wish you were floating down the Mekong on the pictured river cruise deck? Us too. In fact, we’d take a dinghy down the Minnumurra River at this point.
The research also revealed just how keen Aussies are to get out and explore their own backyard, and what kind of holidays they are looking for.
While most travel agents have been busy repatriating clients and working on refunds, one advisor was presented with a golden opportunity.
A host of celebs and tour operators have been suffering from writer’s cramp after the destination marketing agency asked them to pen 3,000 postcards to Aussie families.
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