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:
by Huntley Mitchell
Green shoots have emerged at Webjet, and we’re not talking about the weeds growing in its office pot plants.
After being called out by a new Aussie OTA only just the other day, Luxury Escapes has returned serve with this, and accompanied it with a Lleyton Hewitt-esque “C’MON!”
Australia’s OTA landscape has become even more crowded, with a new player already calling out the giants.
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.
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.
Just like the waistline of Travel Weekly’s editor, Marriott’s all-inclusive portfolio of hotels and resorts is expanding.
Do you live in fear that one day you will be replaced in your job by a robot? Well, if you’re a bartender on a cruise ship, sadly that day has arrived.
It looks like Alan Joyce and Doug Parker will be buying each other anniversary gifts for the next few years.
by Ali Coulton
Topdeck has come under fire from a few customers over what they are claiming to be some dodgy rebooking tactics by the Flight-Centre-owned brand.
From camel hair rugs and daggers, to marionettes and worry beads, this study has uncovered exactly which souvenirs travellers are most likely to come home with.
The company has a new brand for its indy hotels to sit under, which is held up by four pillars (metaphorically speaking, of course).
Do you happen to work at Cultural Attractions of Australia and have recently noticed a fresh face wandering the office hallway? Discover their name and more here.
The Aussie-owned cruise company is getting ready for a new and unique domestic travel program, which will kick off in June.
Much to Travel Weekly’s disappointment, the new lounge doesn’t feature robot butlers. However, it does have plenty of bright greenery and ambient lighting.
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