Gold Coast contends for a spot in the ‘golden triangle’
The ‘Glitter Strip’ is muscling its way into Australia’s beloved golden triangle, threatening to transform it into a square, or worse; a rectangle. We shudder at the thought.
Carnival Cruise Line adds Costa Cruises ship to its fleet
Carnival Cruise Line seems to have introduced a policy to only acquire ships from other cruise lines whose names all begin with a C. Celebrity Cruises better watch out!
Air Canada to leave agent pay unchanged as Aussie routes kick off
Travel Weekly is also leaving our agent commission rates unchanged. Or, at least, we would if we had them.
Virgin to launch new routes across Pacific Islands as Qantas applied for Samoa access
Its island escapes galore for Aussie airlines, with new and revived flights to Bali, Vanuatu, Fiji, Samoa and New Zealand on the horizon.
CRUISE IS BACK: Pacific Explorer becomes first ship to dock at Brisvegas’ new terminal
No word yet on whether P&O blasted Eminem’s Without Me on its return to QLD, though we’d like to point out the cruise line missed a great opportunity if not.
P&O Cruises launch first Australian departure following cruising’s return
The Sydney Harbour was blessed with some loud honking and a nice bit of cheering as the cruise ship launched off to the sunshine state.
Qantas crew go to extreme lengths to get some sleep on flight
These flight attendants thought the last blanket fort they would set up was decades ago but they’ve gotten to relive their childhood sky-high!
IHG readies to open three landmark ANZ voco Hotels over the next two months
Now we’re sure they’re probably great hotels but the staff at Travel Weekly couldn’t assure you until we get invited (wink, wink, nudge, nudge).
“We’re facing a perfect storm:” Sydney Airport apologises over hours-long queues as Alan Joyce blames passengers
Long lines at the airport mean less time for leafing through magazines, milling about cosmetic kiosks and the all-important stop at Crispy Cream. We won’t stand for it!
“Cruising is coming back to Queensland”: Palaszczuk, Carnival, and Princess reveal restart plans
The Queensland cruise industry is preparing itself for the biggest comeback since Steven Bradbury swooped by his fallen competitors in 2002.
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