STUDY: Cashed-up consumers, not JobKeeper, key to Australia’s tourism recovery
For an enhanced reading experience, we recommend glazing over this research while listening to Shirley Bassey’s classic hit “Big Spender”.
STUDY: More than 2m overseas holidaymakers ready to be wooed by domestic tourism
With Aussies currently unable to holiday overseas, new research has highlighted a huge opportunity for local travel and tourism operators.
STUDY: Qantas among Australia’s most-trusted brands during lockdown
Despite its wings being clipped by the COVID-19 pandemic, Qantas has still managed to maintain its status as one of Australia’s most-trusted brands.
STUDY: People from these Aussie states are most likely to plan a holiday this year
As Aussies are asked to travel within Australia to support our challenging domestic tourism market, this research reveals which states may lead the way.
STUDY: Aussie workers have 146 million days of annual leave just waiting to be used
In what appears to be good news for travel agents, Aussies have plenty of leave banked up for a holiday. However, whether they have the money for one is another question entirely.
STUDY: More than half of Aussies intend to take a domestic holiday in 2020
We’re passing this study on to our editor-in-chief in the hope he rewards us with a week away in Geelong.
STUDY: More Aussies want to travel overseas, but where do they want to go?
Want to wow your friends and colleagues by being able to rattle off the latest tourism statistics? This article should do the trick.
RESEARCH: Aussie travellers cutting down length of overseas trips
Meanwhile, Travel Weekly staff are looking to buck the trend and find ways to EXTEND their overseas trips and spend less time in the office.
Research: less Aussies intend to take a holiday this year
Today in news that made our editor say “yikes”…
Melbourne outshines Sydney as Aussie holiday destination of choice
Residents of Sydney were seen kicking cans down the road this morning and shaking their fists in a southerly direction after being ranked lower than their arch-rival city.
This international airline just topped the charts for customer satisfaction
Meanwhile, a snack counter full of chocolate chip cookies and a fresh supply of coffee just topped OUR charts for employee satisfaction.
This Aussie airline is now the most satisfying domestic carrier
It beat its main rival by just one per cent! Which is, coincidentally, the same percentage of Travel Weekly staff members who are excited by Mondays.
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