Aussie travel insurance market forecast to shrink due to international restrictions
It appears Australia’s travel insurance providers are set to suffer from shrinkage in the coming months due to COVID-19.
STUDY: Investing in additional staff training critical for travel industry’s future workforce
Investing in extra training will not only engage staff, but it will also prepare them for the changing landscape of travel, according to new research.
Australia could experience domestic tourism surge once state borders open, says analyst
With many of the country’s favourite international haunts indefinitely off limits to Australians into the near future, this analyst says domestic tourism could see a surge in demand.
STUDY: Domestic cruise industry set for big growth
Been raving around the office about cruising across Australia? Prepare to give your speculative colleagues their just desserts upon receipt of this news.
Venice cruise ship reforms to have limited impact, expert says
It appears the plans of Italy’s transport minister to curb cruising in Venice’s historic city centre have been given a bit of a reality check.
Thomas Cook rescue deal could do more harm than good, says expert
by Huntley Mitchell
Were you under the assumption that Thomas Cook was extinct? Well, as this story proves, the dinosaur of the travel industry is still clinging on – but only just.
STUDY: Ireland suffering significant slowdown for international arrivals
It appears the luck of the Irish is running out, and hunting for leprechauns has fallen out of fashion with tourists, according to this analysis.
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