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 industry marks International Day of the Seafarer
Travel Weekly’s editor is celebrating International Day of the Seafarer by watching all nine seasons of The Love Boat, but will steer well clear of that terrible Below Deck series.
Agents invited to ask CLIA’s Joel Katz their burning cruise questions
Want to know more about the current state of cruise and how it will recover? CLIA’s Australasian boss is ready and raring to respond.
“We will support it in any way we can”: UK Prime Minister backs cruise industry
by Christian Fleetwood
Boris Johnson has thrown his government’s support behind the cruise industry, as it continues to wade its way through what are some very choppy conditions.
Authorities warn Aussies against booking a cruise yet
The Tourism Minister is urging Australians not to book holidays that are currently banned, despite a surge in cruise bookings.
CLIA works to rebuild trust in cruising post-coronavirus
The cruise industry is getting ready to welcome guests back on board with hefty new health and safety measures that go just short of wrapping them in bubble wrap.
“Where is the cruise industry’s coronavirus response?”: Agency boss fires up at CLIA
Don’t be fooled by the positive vibes emanating from the accompanying photo. This agency boss is pissed off and seeking action.
Cruise Wrap: CMW and Hurtigruten extend suspensions, Carnival’s new shareholder + MORE
Travel Weekly is doing its best to prevent you from watching Netflix’s entire content catalogue with plenty of news in this week’s Cruise Wrap.
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.
“There is no justification”: cruise industry slams new tax
To feel the full effect of this story, Travel Weekly suggests imagining that CLIA Australasia boss Joel Katz has bull horns in the accompanying photo.
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