New South Wales’ capital reigns again.
Qantas’ inaugural A380 direct service from Dallas/Fort Worth to Sydney was welcomed this morning at Sydney Airport.
A new way of booking travel online is now available with online travel marketplace, tripbooka.com.au.
PATA and Tourism Events Queensland have made a new partnership to enhance the tourism industry in the state.
Jetstar has called on Air New Zealand to reinstate their domestic on-time performance reports.
New Zealand’s cruise industry records an earning of NZD $365.3m and is still growing.
Virgin’s halted Perth terminal costing airline.
First Royal Caribbean cruise ships kicks off summer cruise season.
Recent pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong have escalated and may now affect travel to the region.
Qantas’ contemporary Darwin Qantas club promises improved travel experience and more luxury space.
Grand Hyatt voted Best business hotel brand in the world.
Qantas launches world’s largest plane on world’s longest route.
Cruise liner celebrates record number of Australians onboard.
ATAS has scored a 98 percent satisfaction rating in a recent online satisfaction survey.
Air France pilots have ended their 14 day strike, despite failing to resolve to an agreement with management.
Etihad Airways and Boeing celebrated the roll out of the airline’s first 787-9 Dreamliner at an event in Seattle, Washington.
Emirates has announced former Qantas exec and Helloworld boss as its new divisional vice president commercial operations Australasia.
Tourism Australia bestowed as ‘best destination’ at World Routes in Chicago.
Diethelm Travel Group’s contract with Open Destinations involves software licensing.
TripAdvisor survey reveals 78 percent of Australians endeavor to explore new things.