CATO calls for clear roadmap for reopening of Australia’s international border
After contemplating the Federal Budget for a couple of days, Brett Jardine and the team at CATO have suggested a few amendments.
“The travel industry has been the sacrificial lamb”: CATO bigwigs plead with Tourism Minister for financial aid
CATO’s delegation also bumped into AFTA’s boss while down in Canberra this week, with the two industry bodies comparing notes from their respective meetings.
“Misleading and provocative”: CATO unleashes on CHOICE over new travel survey
Brett Jardine has offered a stinging critique of the consumer advocacy group’s survey. Dissect all the drama here.
Industry body engages ACCC for travel policy development
One of the industry’s peak bodies has stepped up to the plate to assist with policy development for COVID-19-related travel cancellations.
CATO calls for credits over refunds to protect agents
The Council of Australian Tour Operators has issued a rallying cry to the travel industry and holidaymakers. Read all of what the association had to say here.
CATO’s crisis management conference is coming up fast
Travel Weekly’s crisis management plan is to drink more coffee and cry if someone asks us what to do. It’s been highly effective so far.
CATO gives top honour to retiring founder, Peter Baily
Meanwhile, we’re bestowing upon ourselves the top honour of a Friday afternoon early mark so we can retire to the pub. It’s been a long week.
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