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Travel Agents

Is Webjet’s threat to agents intensifying?

by Daisy Doctor

Webjet’s growth has surprised even us. We’re talking about the huge increase in profits that is, not a newly formed skin infection.

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Travel Agents

Flight Centre results: Profit up 23%, huge increase in OTA sales

by Daisy Doctor

We’ve had seven coffees to get through this report and our fingers are shaking. Please excuse any grammatical mistakes, we’re awaiting our caffeine poisoning to hit.

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Technology

80% of Corporate Travel Management’s sales now online

by Daisy Doctor

Travel Weekly’s top business scribe has probed the CTM results. OK, it was our office cleaner, but they’ve done a terrific job.

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Aviation

Norwegian: We are not at all satisfied with the 2017 results

Norwegian is unsatisfied with its 2017 results. Meanwhile, we’re unsatisfied with the fact it’s Monday. Sadly, no one in the office seems to care.

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Travel Agents

Helloworld half-yearly results: Value up, revenue down

by Daisy Doctor

There’s a reason we’re journalists and not financial analysts. Though, we still think we did a relatively ok job of breaking this down for you. Send complaints to the intern, please.

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Travel Agents

Flight Centre seeks to spread wings as profits rise

by Matt Coughlan - AAP

Skroo is gearing up to expand his global travel empire after record sales helped boost FLT’s first half profit.

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Travel Agents

Helloworld heralds “exciting” times despite earnings dip

Helloworld saw earnings shrink in the first half of FY16, but newly acquired AOT Group turned in a strong performance.

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Aviation

Qantas expects first half profit jump

by AAP/Anne Majumdar

Qantas’ fortunes continue to improve, with the airline expecting to post an underlying profit before tax between $875m and $925m in the first six months of FY16.

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Aviation

Virgin “on track” to return to profitability in FY16

by Anne Majumdar

The airline looks set to deliver on its plan to return to profitability in the 2016 financial year as it posted significantly improved results for the first quarter,

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News

Flight Centre enters golden era of travel on top

Flight Centre has posted a generally strong result for the financial year ending 2014 despite being a tumultuous year for […]

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News

Tiger Australia losses grow in Q3

Tiger Australia saw its losses widen in the third quarter, posting an operating loss of S$12.9 million (A$9.98m) despite parent […]

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Virgin Australia back in the black

Virgin Australia has pulled itself back into the black, with chief executive John Borghetti pointing to its three-year 'Game Change' […]

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