Qantas returns to Whitsunday Coast for first time in seven years
While the rest of the east coast remains in lockdown, Queenslanders now have even more opportunities to see the world-famous holiday destination. We’re not jealous at all.
Virgin Australia renews GDS agreement with Sabre, resumes Melbourne services and drops flight sale
We’re spoiling you on Travel Weekly today with a triple treat of news from Virgin.
Pulse Travel refreshes branding and website, upgrades tech stack
The Aussie travel management provider looks almost unrecognisable after giving itself a bit of a nip and tuck.
Aviation Wrap: Singapore Airlines to cut thousands of jobs, Rex authorised for Qantas/Virgin collab + MORE
It’s been a heavy week in aviation news, but we’ve lightened the load for you here by compiling yet another comprehensive wrap.
Accor and Amadeus team up to grow hospitality business intel
Have you spotted Accor employees milling about the business studies section of your local library? This announcement may explain why.
Aviation Wrap: Virgin’s company secretary resigns, Myanmar Airways appoints Australian GSA + MORE
It’s mainly good news in this week’s Aviation Wrap, with a sprinkling of announcements around the industry’s favourite buzzword: sustainability.
“Very difficult” second quarter sees Amadeus limp to $324m half-yearly loss
by Huntley Mitchell
Amadeus boss Luis Maroto has been forced to pause the order of a new leather chair and credenza for his office after announcing the company’s half-yearly financials.
INFOGRAPHIC: What travel might look like in a socially-distant world
We love an infographic here at Travel Weekly, mainly because it means we don’t have to write as much and can put our feet up for a bit.
Amadeus and Troovo team up to automate B2B travel payments
Here’s a token travel tech story that involves B2Bs, virtual payments and killer robots… okay, we may have made that last one up.
Amadeus’ profit plunges more than 60 per cent in Q1
by Huntley Mitchell
The travel tech giant has limped its way through most of the first quarter of 2020 after getting off to a strong start in January.
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