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Destination Wrap: DFAT’s Brexit advice, Inca Trail closure, Visit USA Expo announcements + MORE!

Worried that Brexit will affect your clients’ upcoming trips to the UK? Or, are you just keen to see Richard Reid at the Visit USA Expo? Either way, click here.

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“Stonehenge won’t change”: UK high commissioner says Brexit won’t stop Aussies from visiting

Travel Weekly’s roving reporter caught up with the VisitBritain folk last week to find out why Aussies STILL can’t get enough of the UK.

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Brexit: UK begins issuing passports without EU label (despite still being in the EU)

Well, the Brits have jumped the gun with this one, just like Travel Weekly’s editor jumps the shark on his “BIG NEWS” headlines.

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Tourism

Study: UK tourism sector suffering from Brexit debacle

by Christian Fleetwood

To be fair, the tone of this story could’ve been even more negative, had we included a video of British PM Theresa May dancing.

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Aviation

Brexit already damaging travel industry: Branson

by Hannah Edensor

Sir Richard Branson has been in the news a lot lately, and today he’s raking Brexit over the coals. Although no actual coals were involved.

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Travel Agents

Flight Centre touts UK as “budget holiday”, airfares drop 25%

by Daisy Melwani

Aussies won’t be skroo’d over in going to the UK anymore with rampant airfare discounting, but we still reckon the 24 hour journey will leave us a little skroo’d.

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Destinations

Most searched destinations of 2016 revealed

by Sophie Harrison

The expression ‘Google it’ may have become a common, often sarcastic, response to a random question. But this year’s ‘Year in Search’ has an answer for everyone’s queries of 2016.

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Aviation

Qantas luring holidaymakers after Brexit deal

by Kate Webster

Qantas, maybe somewhat unknowingly with the timing, is offering passengers triple points on economy class flights to London for certain dates.

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Tourism

UK made a Brexit … so what now?

by Kate Webster

So the UK has left the EU in a weekend mixed with shock and support for the Brexit. Meanwhile the travel industry is reacting to Brexit with both optimism and anxiety.

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Destinations

How Aussie travellers will be stung by Brexit

by Kate Webster

Think the Brexit won’t affect Aussie travellers? Think again, as the global impact of the Brexit referendum with a “yes” vote is expected to have a significant effect on the exchange rate.

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