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Flight Centre showcases agents’ expertise (and unveils new captains) in first-ever global brand campaign

A new captain and co-captains, a fresh tagline, a new microsite and a TikTok account – Skroo and his team sure didn’t muck around with Flight Centre’s first global campaign.

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“We call it the triple win”: Global Work & Travel launches new affiliate program

Have you been searching for ways to earn some much-needed moolah ever since JobKeeper ended? Here’s one that doesn’t involve busking on the street or spinning signs.

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Savenio restructures commission model

There’s been plenty of tszujing happening over at Savenio lately. However, that’s not to suggest the “Fab Five” paid the agency network a visit.

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Australian Travel Agents Co-operative inks deal with Expedia

Do you happen to be a member of the ATAC? Well, you probably already know about this news, but here it is anyway.

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REVEALED: All the details for round two of the government’s travel agent support program

An additional $130 million of government funding is up for grabs. Here’s how you can claim your share.

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AFTA welcomes $1m support package for Tasmanian travel agents

Tasmanian agents, rejoice! Premier Peter Gutwein has put his superhero cape on and flown to the rescue.

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AFTA chief Darren Rudd departs

Darren Rudd has hopped out of the chief’s chair at AFTA after sitting in it for just over nine months.

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Closure of in-store travel agencies a necessary turning point in travel retail, says expert

This expert reckons digitisation is the future of the travel agency model. But isn’t it the future of all industries, we ask?

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JobKeeper ends: Where do we go from here?

The federal government’s controversial payment scheme has come to an end. Here’s where we know support for travel agents still lies and where other support may come from.

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Travel agency pivots to providing travel for people with autism

After opening a travel agency shortly before the coronavirus pandemic began, Kristy Moore says she has become the only certified travel professional for people with autism.

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Nothing but upside and opportunity for travel agents after COVID-19, says Bruce Poon Tip

by Christian Fleetwood

G Adventures’ head honcho reckons the pandemic has presented a unique opportunity for the right kind of agents. Read on to find out why.

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National party pushes for $400 fortnightly top-up for travel industry post-JobKeeper

The Nats have backed a plan to redirect $180 million in government funding to help the travel industry survive post-Jobkeeper.

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