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Sabre’s Nicole Regel promoted to regional role

Travel Weekly understands Nicole Regel is eyeing the IKEA JÄRVFJÄLLET leatherette swivel chair in charcoal after her recent promotion.

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Federal government takes next step in prepping for international travel restart

ScoMo and his team of ministers are hurriedly trying to make sure everything’s tickety-boo by the time our international borders reopen.

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Google chooses Livn to help with transition to ‘Things to Do’ program

Are you a tour operator on the lookout for some love from customers? Let Livn be your Osher Günsberg with this.

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“The failings are dramatic”: Further security flaws leave Australia’s vaccination certificates open to forgery

Another tech-savvy Aussie has pointed out how easy it is to forge the government’s vax certificates, which could be a big problem for domestic and, potentially, international travel.

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Travelport and Amazon launch global accelerator program to tackle travel’s biggest retailing challenges

A travel tech giant, an all-round tech behemoth and a smattering of tech start-ups are all gonna try to help the industry clear the retailing hurdles ahead of it.

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New commission capability added to Qantas Distribution Platform

Qantas has put a little more pep in its agent commissions step with this new QDP capability.

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Holland America Line, Seabourn and MSC Cruises introduce new payment options

Following the demise of eNett’s EFT platform, more cruise lines have jumped overboard and paddled towards new payment options.

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Webjet brings good news to investors

It appears the ASX-listed online travel player is on track to deliver some okay-ish half-yearly results. Well, unless most of Australia is still in hermit mode come November.

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Flight Centre’s independent division signs EFT deal with Mint Payments

Mint Payments continues to woo the big agency networks with its new EFT platform. As in electronic funds transfer, not early finish time as first reported by TW.

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Australia’s vaccine certificates easy to fake due to “obvious” security flaw, says software engineer

Apparently, the error should have been picked up during a basic audit of the Medicare app, so it looks like someone’s getting fired.

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Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises adopt new payment option for Aussie travel partners

The migration away from eNett’s EFT platform continues, with a couple of cruise lines becoming the latest to say “bon voyage”.

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Helloworld and TravelManagers flock to new payment platform

It appears eNett’s successor has arrived, and it’s not wasting any time getting agencies on board.

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