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Aviation

Grab your bags – airfare prices dipping to this city!

There’s nothing we love more than an airfare sale, although the Qantas sales assistant has begged us to stop calling daily to ask for discounts.

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Tourism

Get inside a business traveller’s brain

Does the whole ‘selling to business travellers’ thing make your head spin? Well, set the brain to ‘delicate wash’ with this latest read.

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Tourism

Airfares & hotels only getting more expensive: research

We love a good research report, except when it’s 112 pages long and we’re expected to read the whole thing. Then we give it to the intern.

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Travel Agents

Flavour of the Week

It’s like a game of musical chairs with all of the industry movers and shakers. Read it here without any chairs or the Chicken Dance.

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Aviation

Flying to Perth? Watch out for these airfare hikes

Think the only stories that ever come out of Perth are iron ore or the Rineharts? Think again with this Gina-free read.

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Hotels

The sneaky hotel cost agents fall for

A new report shows last available room rates could be ripping companies off. Not that we’ve actually read the whole thing, though.

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Tourism

Is demand for Melbourne damaging tourism?

Travellers to Melbourne can expect more expensive flights and hotel stays if this report is anything to go by. And we’re assuming it is something to go by.

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Travel Agents

Big Fat Agent Wrap

We’re so excited it’s Friday we’ve poured ourselves a glass of the semi-stale bubbles in the fridge. Here’s hoping it doesn’t give us alcohol poisoning.

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Travel Agents

Carlson Wagonlit Travel gets all new look

Carlson Wagonlit has nipped and tucked its way to a whole new look, although we hear it was a rather pain-free process.

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Travel Agents

Carlson Wagonlit Travel breaks US$2 Billion in new Business

by Amy Bryant

We wonder if over achievers have their water coolers spiked? We thought we’d spike our water coolers to test the theory, but we don’t seem to be achieving much while intoxicated.

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Travel Agents

Technology key to solving the travel challenges of 2017

by Lisa Akeroyd, Managing Director of Carlson Wagonlit Australia & NZ.

What’s in store for selling travel in 2017 and what hurdles are expected?

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Travel Agents

Global events to impact 2017 travel prices

Carlson Wagonlit Travel and The Global Business Travel Association forecast six key risks that could impact both travel industry prices and the global economy in 2017.

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