Is former Virgin CEO Paul Scurrah set to fly back to Rex?
by Huntley Mitchell
Paul Scurrah has been laying low since exiting Virgin late last year, but the speculation wheel has started to turn around his next role.
“We need to address the elephant in the room”: travel agent implores government to make ‘that announcement’
by Linda Forster
An Aussie agent has waxed poetic about the travel industry’s struggles in this impassioned plea for the government to stop turning a blind eye.
Ponant appoints BDM for New South Wales and the ACT
The luxe cruise line has hired a new local BDM … as in a business development manager, not a basketball dunking master or a bad decision-maker.
Will you accept this flight? Stood-down Jetstar pilot becomes Australia’s new Bachelor
by Ali Coulton
After having his career put on hold by COVID-19, this super-handsome, self-professed romantic took the obvious course of action and became Australia’s newest Bachelor!
Australia takes out Tripadvisor award for world’s best beach
Your clients don’t need to travel internationally to check out this year’s winner, which is a relief, because they’d be waiting a while to visit if it was overseas.
MTA agents flock to the Gold Coast for long-awaited Virtuoso event
After a few false starts, the team at MTA have finally got their hands on the latest in luxury travel intel from Virtuoso.
Collapse of Helloworld agencies prompt urgent warning from business restructuring expert
Struggling travel companies are being urged to seek help before JobKeeper is wound back.
Flight forced to perform emergency landing after cat attacks pilot
Plane passengers have been left bemused and a bit ticked off after pilots were forced to turn their flight around due to a ferocious feline.
Hamish Blake and Zoe Foster-Blake return for Tourism Australia’s latest marketing push
Australia’s fave power couple are back to promote the country’s domestic tourism greatness.
STUDY: 86 per cent of Aussies back the ‘vaccine passport’
It looks like most of us are ready and raring to pack up our suitcases and jump on the next plane out of here.
Carnival is selling its very own cruise-themed Monopoly game
Unfortunately, even the mere mention of Monopoly is banned in the Travel Weekly office after “the incident”.
IHG outlines decade-long plan for sustainable tourism
Raise your KeepCup in delight at the hotel giant’s new spate of commitments to sustainable travel.