STUDY: Almost 70 per cent of Aussies plan to book travel once borders reopen
You’re probably wondering why the remaining 30-odd per cent are staying put, right? Well, you’re going to have to read on to find out.
Study: Two in five Aussies would swap a pay rise for more annual leave
Expedia has released some spiffy new data about how travel values have shifted during the pandemic, with many saying they have increased their budget for post-COVID jaunts.
New research reveals Aussies’ biggest concerns about tourism’s environmental impact
World Environment Day is tomorrow, so we’re doing our bit by publishing this research and darning a few pairs of our old socks.
Travel agency network scores 100pc satisfaction rating from members
This Aussie agency network appears to be doing something right, with its membership base full of happy campers.
Two in five travellers planning trips as early June, says Tripadvisor
Things are starting to look up for the Australian tourism industry, if this new research is anything to go by.
STUDY: 86 per cent of Aussies back the ‘vaccine passport’
It looks like most of us are ready and raring to pack up our suitcases and jump on the next plane out of here.
IHG outlines decade-long plan for sustainable tourism
Raise your KeepCup in delight at the hotel giant’s new spate of commitments to sustainable travel.
AFTA’s interim survey results reveal “distressing” statistics, says Rudd
AFTA has released interim results of its ‘Travelsectorkeeper’ survey, and they make for some pretty grim reading, according to CEO Darren Rudd.
AFTA urges agents to complete ‘Travelsectorkeeper’ survey and Aussie Specialist Program
Are repeated efforts to highlight your business’ COVID-induced financial woes falling on deaf ears? Try this.
Survey results prompt G Adventures to launch ‘Mini Adventures’
G Adventures’ latest offering has inspired Travel Weekly’s editor to go on a mini-adventure of his own … to Woolies for snacks.
“Misleading and provocative”: CATO unleashes on CHOICE over new travel survey
Brett Jardine has offered a stinging critique of the consumer advocacy group’s survey. Dissect all the drama here.
New study reveals most important factor for Aussies re-engaging in leisure travel
With so much uncertainty surrounding the travel industry right now, here’s a new bit of research to help make sense of it all.
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