New Zealand launches brilliant tourism campaign just as it pauses quarantine-free travel from NSW
by Huntley Mitchell
Tourism New Zealand has suffered some very unfortunate timing with the launch of its new tourism campaign directed at Aussies.
International travel ban denies Aussies fundamental rights, Federal Court hears
A conservative think tank has delivered the first blows in its legal stoush against the Commonwealth’s controversial international travel ban.
Travel agency network scores 100pc satisfaction rating from members
This Aussie agency network appears to be doing something right, with its membership base full of happy campers.
“Guys, stop it!”: Brawl erupts over last remaining seats on American Airlines flight
Let this video serve as a gentle reminder that while travel may be limited, unruly passengers are still out there wreaking havoc.
As Italy prepares to welcome back international visitors, its tourism board has launched a radio station
by Sponsored by the Italian National Tourist Board
Yes, the Italian National Tourist Board has turned itself into a radio station. However, don’t expect Alan Jones to come out of retirement to play host.
Qantas and Jetstar headquarters to stay put, but flying kangaroo’s JAL alliance in doubt
Qantas and Jetstar staff are no doubt breathing a sigh of relief after facing the prospect of having to move interstate and – god forbid – barrack for another footy team.
Tourism Australia urges Aussies to take an epic holiday in new $9m campaign
Australia’s fave power couple are back to spruik the country’s tourism offerings in a big, big way.
IHG signs two Sydney properties, announces major revamp for InterContinental Adelaide
IHG has had a very busy week, announcing a $32 million refurb, a new build and the Australian debut of one of its iconic brands.
SUCCESS STORY: How this dynamic duo kept their business afloat despite the odds
by Sponsored by MTA - Mobile Travel Agents
These two agents took their business from 90 per cent international bookings to 95 per cent domestic, while still paying their bills and keeping food on the table (and we’re not just talking canned beans).
Tourism Authority of Thailand supports beach clean-up at Sydney’s Chowder Bay
We love hearing about sustainable initiatives like this at Travel Weekly. It’s also reminded us to empty our office compost bin.