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Midweek Interview

Life in the time of COVID-19 with MTA’s Anne Lane

This week, we traded slow cooker recipes with an MTA travel advisor. It took us a while to realise she was talking about a type of pot and not someone who takes three hours to make pasta.

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Travel Agents

Agent gets her mojo back with new domestic focus

Much like Austin Powers (except in a much less sexual way), this agent has dragged herself from the depths of despair and rediscovered her mojo. And by mojo, we mean love for the travel industry.

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Aviation

Qantas helps travel agents carbon-offset clients’ flights

Want to impress your clients with some eco-friendly razzamatazz? Australia’s national carrier just made it a whole lot easier.

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Midweek Interview

Life in the time of COVID-19 with MTA’s Tamara Henderson

By the looks of the accompanying photo, this MTA agent got a little outside help answering the interview questions we sent her. We won’t hold it against her though.

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Travel Agents

Restrictions inspire agent to create unique domestic travel concept

This travel agent has created a range of mystery weekends that match her clients with unique experiences in different regions of her home state.

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Travel Agents

“We are not just booking takers”: premium adviser speaks out on the home-based advantage

Travel Weekly staff asked our boss if we could work from home for the rest of the week, but they said we could only do it if we cancelled out Netflix subscriptions to prevent distraction. We politely declined.

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Travel Agents

“The clients and I love it”: How to take the next step in your travel career

by Ali Coulton

The only steps Travel Weekly is taking today are the however many needed to get to the pizza place around the corner.

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Travel Agents

Bruce Poon Tip: “Australia is the only market with two dominant players”

Australia is also the only place with giant fruits and vegetables on highways. That’s not particularly relevant to this story, just a fun fact we like to throw around.

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