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Technology

Sabre slams “highly speculative” media report alleging company is helping FBI spy on travellers

The article in question also speculated that the travel tech company could also end up using its data trove to help track and eradicate COVID-19.

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Travel Agents

STUDY: More travellers to book their post-COVID trips through a travel agent

Are you of the view that the value of agents is grossly underestimated? Find comfort in this new study.

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Destinations

Spain removed from UK’s ‘travel corridors’ exemption list

Sadly for Spain, it’s just become a whole lot harder for the European destination to woo holidaymakers from the UK.

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Tourism

WTTC creates first-ever global safety stamp for travellers

Do you consider yourself a hardcore stamp collector? Well, sadly for you, the WTTC’s new stamp is not the type that goes in a scrapbook.

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Tourism

The new big trend in domestic travel

More and more Aussies are heading into the regional heart of Australia rather than travelling overseas. Meanwhile, we’re heading into the heart of the office fridge.

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Tourism

Lonely Planet calls on travel industry to support solo travellers

by Daisy Doctor

We have no qualms at all with travelling alone. We have perfectly interesting conversations with ourselves most of the time anyway.

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Destinations

Mexico slapped with major tourism restrictions

by Daisy Doctor

Mexican violence has taken a turn for the worst, with the US grading five states as dangerous as war-torn countries.

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Cruise

Two men in a brolly brawl during cruise

by Amy Bryant

We once got into a fight over an umbrella. We had sneakily taken it from someone’s desk at work so in fairness we probably deserved the slap.

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Destinations

Aussies are using holidays to strengthen relationships

We often spend family time trying to put out fires, both literal and figurative. Last family Christmas our cousin set the tree on fire.

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Tourism

“Agents and travellers were confused”: Topdeck scraps food offering

Travel Weekly is often confused when talking about food. Mainly because we’d rather be eating it than having any type of conversation about it.

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Tourism

Chinese tourism thrives in Australia

Chinese have overtaken Kiwis as the biggest visitors to Australia. New Zealanders that is, not the actual bird.

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Wholesalers

MTV & Contiki investigate: Are Millennials F*cked?

Upon writing this piece, we realised how profanity-filled today’s newsletter is. Not that we’re apologising, mind. It’s just an observation.

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