CATO, CLIA and ATEC unite to chart post-COVID course
While the accompanying photo highlights the lack of diversity amongst the industry associations’ leaders, there’s no doubt that the meeting itself was a productive one.
CLIA launches new rewards program with bonus commissions
Cruise Lines International Association has tied the proverbial carrot to the proverbial stick to get agents keen for bookings in 2021.
Travel DAZE 2020 speaker spotlight: Adam Goldstein, Cruise Lines International Association
This year, Travel DAZE has brought together an absolute belter of a speaker line-up that includes cruise veteran Adam Goldstein, all the way from the US of A.
CLIA highlights impact of cruise pause on locals with new video series
The peak cruise body has opted for a video series over the traditional megaphone and soap box strategy to get its message out there.
Cruise Wrap: 100pc testing for CLIA lines, Princess ship delivery + MORE
No, your eyes are not deceiving you – we’ve published our Wednesday Cruise Wrap on a Thursday this week! And, as you can imagine, it has led to complete and total anarchy in the Travel Weekly office.
Aussie food suppliers jump on board calls for resumption of cruising
Aussies farmers, beverage companies, transport providers and all the others who fill cruise ships and land excursions with all those delicious goodies have banded together to support the cruise industry.
Cruise Wrap: Aussies keen on Euro cruises, New CLIA training, Antarctica cancellations + MORE
This week’s Cruise Wrap is brought to you by three shots of espresso, half a pack to Tim Tams and plenty of cuddles with the office dog.
AFTA and CLIA welcome WA government’s $3m support package for travel agents
While Western Australian agents are breathing a sigh of relief, those in other states and territories have no doubt turned green with envy over this new funding.
Cruise Wrap: Carnival’s fleet changes, Silversea unveils art collection + MORE
Travel Weekly is tickled pink to present you with this week’s Cruise Wrap, and that’s not only because it was the last thing standing between us and lunch.
CLIA sustainability report shows $2 billion increase in ships with cleaner fuels
It looks like the cruise industry has managed to juggle its COVID-19 struggles with its sustainability goals. Next, it’ll be pulling rabbits out of hats and scarves from its pockets.
CLIA responds to Australia’s extended cruise pause
The Cruise Lines International Association has thrown its support behind the government’s decision to extend the human biosecurity emergency period.
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