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ETG agents score access to thousands of custom trips via Designer Journeys

The company’s network of independent agents can now impress clients with access to loads of tailorable itineraries and expert advice.

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WA travel agents now able to apply for their share of $16.8m support fund

With the WA government posting a whopping $5.6 billion surplus in FY21, we reckon Mark McGowan won’t even notice a few mill gone from his war chest.

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Another Helloworld agency bites the dust

Sadly, the network has lost yet another one of its agencies in Victoria, with the business going into liquidation and owing a combined $340,000 to customers.

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Two more agencies flock to CT Partners

There’s something in the water at CT Partners, and we’re not just talking about the mint leaves in the communal office jug.

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Aussie agent admits ripping off clients $670,000 to fuel gambling addiction

The judge presiding over the case has taken aim at Australia’s gambling industry and called online gambling an “abomination”.

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Travellers Choice adds new members in Victoria and Queensland

The agency network has welcomed a couple of new members, one of which has made a name for herself with her brilliant advocacy and lobbying efforts.

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Flight Centre takes giant corporate travel leap into Japan

“Turning Japanese” by The Vapors can be heard blaring from Skroo’s office following this big bit of news.

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“There is finally some light at the end of the tunnel”: Helloworld boss backs vaccination pathway following $35.9m loss

Andrew Burnes has spoken optimistically about the company’s future prospects, even quoting Captain James Cook from way back in 1770.

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Flight Centre posts $434m full-year loss, eyes return to monthly profitability in FY22

by Huntley Mitchell

There was plenty of red in Flight Centre’s FY21 results presentation, and we’re not just talking about the company’s branding.

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Queensland agents squeeze in pre-lockdown catch-up lunch with suppliers

A group of TravelManagers agents managed to fit in a chinwag over a “cheap and cheerful” lunch with suppliers just before Brisbane tightened its restrictions late last month.

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Corporate Travel Management posts $57.8m full-year loss, but local operations stay profitable

by Huntley Mitchell

Jamie Pherous and his team at CTM have plenty to smile about despite recording a decent-sized loss for the 2021 fiscal year.

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AFTA mobilises members to push for additional $130m of government support

The federation is once again rallying its troops for another round of lobbying, in the hope of securing another round of funding.

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