Federal Budget “unlikely” to deliver major benefits for agents: AFTA
Were you counting on a big cash splash from the government this Federal Budget? Well, AFTA has warned not to get too excited ahead of tonight’s big reveal.
REVEALED: All the details for round two of the government’s travel agent support program
An additional $130 million of government funding is up for grabs. Here’s how you can claim your share.
AFTA welcomes $1m support package for Tasmanian travel agents
Tasmanian agents, rejoice! Premier Peter Gutwein has put his superhero cape on and flown to the rescue.
Travel industry reacts to New Zealand’s trans-Tasman bubble announcement
The announcement of quarantine-free travel from Australia to NZ has been met with plenty of positive reactions from all corners of the industry. We’ve gathered just about all of them for your perusal.
More than $61m paid out to travel agents, as Tourism Minister meets with AFTA
Reading this is just like being a fly on the wall at AFTA’s latest meeting with Dan Tehan, minus the threat of being sprayed with Mortein.
Travel tops the list of COVID-related complaints received by the ACCC
In what will probably come as a shock to no one, travel has been the most-complained about topic by consumers since COVID-19 hit.
Webjet’s Shelley Beasley fills vacant spot on AFTA board
Webjet has strengthened its ties with AFTA. However, that’s not to say any full Windsor or Nicky knots were required.
Agent confidence “of paramount importance”: Virgin Australia bidder to honour pre-paid tickets
by Huntley Mitchell
Agents who sold pre-paid tickets for flights with the beleaguered airline have been given a much-needed shot in the arm by one of its bidders.
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