“We need our travel agent partners to sell more than ever before:” NCL exec talks cruise return
NCL’s Eamonn Ferrin is keen as beans for what 2022 holds for the cruise industry, and that’s not just because he gets to meet Katy Perry later this year.
Agents to play a big role coming out of the pandemic, according to News Corp’s 1H23 travel forecast
News Corp’s biannual travel forecast feels very outshined by its older brother that get’s reported on everyday, the weather forecast.
Earn free trips with Wendy Wu’s new agent reward program
With each passenger booked earning sellers one step closer to a free holiday, we suspect the families and friends of your local travel agents are about to get bombarded with Wendy Wu brochures.
Agents to receive $75.5 million in support as Tehan releases much needed funds
The federal government appears to be enjoying a slice of humble pie, after releasing funds it previously insisted were an “overestimation” that “would not be needed”.
Club Med vows to “defy industry trend” by refusing to lower agent commission
Similarly, Travel Weekly’s editorial team is bucking fashion trends in the office today by sporting sandals and socks. It would have been a much comfier choice if it wasn’t raining.
Flight Centre Group releases first half results and things are looking up!
It’s looking up, up and away for both corporate and leisure travel according to Flight Centre!
Dan Tehan vows to work with AFTA to support industry recovery
AFTA has been working hard behind the scenes to make sure the Minister for Tourism is working even harder up front for travel agents.
Travel Agent Finder creates new feature to reconnect agents and industry partners
Has COVID-19 ravaged your contacts list? These industry-savvy folk have created an easy way reconnect agents and trade partners.
“Sickening thud for Australia’s travel agent community”: Carnival cruise ship relocated to US
While most people move to Florida to retire, the Carnival Spirit is heading over there to get the party started, leaving Australians to wallow on land.
Aussie tourism took off in December, but remians well below 2019 levels
If these stats are anything to go by, we’ll be back to worrying about overtourism and carbon footprints in no time! Wait…
Travel agents end 2021 choosing to celebrate resilience
2021 was enough to have anyone feeling a bit Grinch-like over the festive period, but that didn’t stop the gang over at TravelManagers’ from ending the year on a high note.
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