Aviation Wrap: Air NZ shrinks exec team, Etihad’s new Sydney-London route + MORE
This week’s Aviation Wrap is a bit like that Two-Face character from Batman comics and movies, in that it’s got both good and bad sides to it.
Cruise Wrap: George Takei to join Cunard Christmas voyage, Odessey of the Seas features unveiled, Seabourn returns to Aus + MORE!
Batten down the hatches, because this Cruise Wrap is bigger than the Pacific Ocean! Or maybe the Arctic. It would fill your kitchen sink, at least.
Flavour of the Week: Ann Sherry’s new gig, Bench Africa welcomes new state manager + MORE!
Lost track of who’s recently been hired and fired in the industry? Let this Flavour of the Week edition get you back up to speed.
“We need structural change” Ann Sherry calls out “boys clubs” at WIT
by Ali Coulton
We are bursting with empowerment from Sherry’s fantastic keynote speech at the Women in Travel Awards last week! Here are the highlights.
BREAKING: Ann Sherry to speak at the 2018 Women in Travel Awards!
by Lauren Croft
We’ve added a killer speaker to our 2018 Women in Travel Awards! We’ve also added a bib to our wardrobe because we keep spilling food, but that’s another story.
Aussie ports need “a new plan”: Regent Seven Seas boss
by Daisy Doctor
Aussie ports need moor love as they struggle to deal with cruise demand. Yes, that was cheesy, but don’t pretend you didn’t love it.
Hold onto your hats, it’s the Women In Travel Power List!
Check it out, it’s the Women In Travel Power List – chock full of the industry’s heaviest hitters!
Carnival claims new terminal in 2 years a possiblity
by Daisy Melwani
Carnival Australia has reacted to IPART draft recommendations, saying new facilities may be required as early as 2018 to meet burgeoning growth in Sydney’s cruise sector.
Is Brisbane set to steal Sydney’s cruise market crown?
by Daisy Melwani
Plans are afoot to build a mega cruise terminal in Brisbane. But the question remains – are they prepared for all the gastro bug outbreaks?
P&O Australia to build first ship for local market
P&O Cruises Australia will become the first cruise line to build a new ship specifically for the Australian market, to launch in 2019.
P&O Australia appoints president as Sherry takes up new role
by Anne Majumdar
The cruise line has named Sture Myrmell as its first full-time president, with Carnival Australia CEO Ann Sherry to move into a more strategic role
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