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Technology

Destination marketing has the power to boost recovery. Here’s how to do it right

by Sponsored by Audience 360

As international borders remain closed tight and snap, statewide lockdowns once again rear their ugly head, destination marketing is more important than ever.

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Aviation

“Some people may die”: Virgin Australia suffers PR nightmare following CEO’s controversial comments

by Huntley Mitchell

When there’s a hashtag trending on Twitter that’s calling for people to boycott your company, you know you’re in a bit of hot water.

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Events

International travel restrictions could push Australian Open overseas

Players aren’t keen on going through Australia’s two-week quarantine program again, with Dubai and Doha reportedly being considered as potential host cities should the event need to be relocated.

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Tourism

Health Minister says international travel “an incentive” for Aussies to get vaccinated

Got a few clients who desperately want to venture overseas, but aren’t keen on getting the jab? We highly recommend sharing this article with them.

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Tourism

ScoMo “in no hurry” to reopen Australia’s international borders

It appears the likelihood of more travel bubbles being announced soon is about the same as ScoMo’s beloved Sharkies winning the NRL Premiership this year … not good.

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Travel Agents

“The future of travel is looking bright”: Skroo marks one year of closed borders with open letter to Aussies

Flight Centre’s CEO and founder has penned a heartfelt letter to remind consumers of the important role travel agents played on the day the global travel industry changed forever. 

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Technology

Locally-developed ‘digital health passport’ could unlock Australia’s international border gates

Border closures and hotel quarantine could soon become things of the past for Australia, if this new piece of travel tech gets the funding it needs.

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Aviation

Birmo’s border warning prompts Qantas to suspend international flights

by Christian Fleetwood

Travel Weekly doesn’t enjoy being the bearer of bad news, and in this case, it’s doubly bad.

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Destinations

Italian borders to reopen for Europeans in June

Although Italy’s borders are expected to reopen on 3 June, other European nations are encouraging their citizens not to travel overseas until later.

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