Helloworld agent wins appeal over COVID-19 refund worth over $9,000
by Ali Coulton
With a little help from her friends at AFTA, this agent managed to score a landmark win for the travel trade.
Lindblad Expeditions unveils new itineraries to NZ and beyond
The expedition cruise line is returning to travel with a stack of new itineraries, which are summed up in this neat little article.
Carnival Cruise Line extends US pause, as Canadian port closures spark Seabourn, Princess and HAL cancellations
Canada’s obnoxiously handsome PM, Justin Trudeau, has chucked a spanner in the works for cruise fanatics over on that side of the globe.
Passenger plane strikes and kills bear while landing
Travel Weekly’s deputy editor had to make an impromptu Woolies run to get some extra tissues while writing this article. She also upset the office dog by cuddling him too tight upon learning about the incident.
WATCH: Otter jumps onto tourist boat to escape killer whale
Just in case you feel like having your day brightened, here’s some footage of a very cute otter hiding on a tourist boat to avoid becoming a meal.
Virtual travel: The ultimate list of tours and live streams to cure cabin fever
If, like Travel Weekly, you’re suffering from a case of itchy feet, we have just the thing for you.
Road & Rail
Road & Rail Wrap: Railbookers’ new Alaska itineraries, Nomadic Knights discount + MORE!
It’s the first Road & Rail Wrap for 2020, and to celebrate, Travel Weekly’s editor has bought himself a train conductor’s hat and some riding gloves. He looks utterly ridiculous now.
Woman, 24, dies trying to reach famous ‘Into the Wild’ bus
The journey to Fairbanks Bus 142 has claimed its latest victim after a woman was swept into fast-flowing water trying to reach the famous bus.
Cruise wrap: RCL’s $165m amplification, Silversea’s combo offering, Carnival’s big milestone, + more
To get the most out of Travel Weekly’s cruise wraps, we recommend reading them while listening to the sound of ocean waves on a white noise machine.
Australian man killed in Alaska plane collision identified, as death toll rises
The identity of an Australian man killed in a mid-air collision between two sight-seeing planes in Alaska has been revealed, as the death toll rises to six.
Australian man among cruise passengers who died after mid-air plane collision
In very sad news, an Australian man has been confirmed as one of the five people killed in the horror plane crash in Alaska.
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