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Aviation

Travel to Singapore, South Korea and Japan on the cards in early 2021: Sydney Airport CEO

Despite Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s gloomy international travel forecast, the head of Australia’s largest airport is naturally a lot more optimistic.

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Tourism

Federal government says international travel expected “to remain largely closed off” until late 2021

Here’s the latest indication of when Aussies can expect to begin travelling overseas again, courtesy of Mr Frydenberg.

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Tourism

Federal Budget unveiled: Here’s what you need to know

by Christian Fleetwood

Travel Weekly’s reporter fell asleep halfway through last night’s big Budget reveal on the ABC, but still managed to recall enough to write this.

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Tourism

Federal govt announces “most significant” insolvency reforms in 30 years to help save struggling small businesses

Is your business on its last legs? Find some relief in this major announcement by the federal government.

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Tourism

ScoMo says JobKeeper will be extended to March 2021, but with reduced rates

by Christian Fleetwood

Australia’s Prime Minister has provided a crucial update on the future of JobKeeper. Here’s all you need to know, as well as the reactions from the tourism industry.

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Tourism

“An absolute priority”: 10,000 tourism professionals the latest to petition for JobKeeper extension

by Christian Fleetwood

The voices of Australia’s tourism industry are getting louder ahead of the federal government’s economic update on Thursday.

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Aviation

Qantas hits back at allegations of “predatory behaviour” with Sydney-Orange route

by Christian Fleetwood

A war of words has taken off between Qantas and Rex. Read all about the verbal tit for tat here.

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Aviation

ACCC told to keep its eye on Aussie airlines

by Christian Fleetwood

ACCC tsar Rod Sims has been instructed by the government to keep his eyes peeled for any dodgy moves by Australia’s airlines.

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Tourism

Government’s $60bn JobKeeper cost error could see program extended for tourism sector

by Christian Fleetwood

Amid industry calls for its extension, underspending on the federal government’s JobKeeper scheme could be good news for the tourism sector.

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