Japan Airlines (JAL), American Airlines (AA) expands their codeshare cooperation.
ACI assisting in Ebola outbreak.
Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) will be running business workshops shortly in Coffs Harbour.
Expedia’s latest Mobile Index report shows travellers, Australians especially have a deep dependence on mobile devices.
Myriad Marketing, Melbourne Convention Bureau’s (MCB) representation agency for North America, appoints Maria Rivera as director of business development.
Tourism New Zealand, Air New Zealand, Virgin Australia will run largest trade training event for 2014 involving travel agents from Australia.
Air China celebrates 30 years in Australia with upcoming festival in Sydney on 30 October.
South Australian Government expels tourism body.
System to deliver richer experience for travellers.
Number of UAE national staff on international work placements rise by over 130 per cent.
China State Shipbuilding Corporation focuses on building the first-ever, world-class cruise ships constructed in China.
Etihad Airways, has reported total revenues of US$1.8 billion for the third quarter of 2014, an increase of 29 per cent year-on-year.
Travel agents can now complete online training for cruises, after the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia announced an online training program.
Ship security officer helps Carnival Australia team honour the fallen.
According to Hotels.com Australian business travellers are becoming more savvy, with two in five opting to take a ‘bleisure trip’.
The Hotel Grand Chancellor is investing AUD$17 million in their Brisbane hotel to create something grand.
Mobile Travel Agents CEO, Don Beattie has handed down the company’s one year report card at last weekend’s ‘Imagine-Believe-Achieve’ national conference in Melbourne.
World Aviation Systems (WAS) are pleased to announce that Gia Acitelli will take over as the new regional manager for Virgin Atlantic Airways.
Emirates have this week, updated their departure times for some outbound flights leaving from Perth, in order to create faster connections for Perth travellers.
To mark its sponsorship with the Melbourne Festival, China Southern Airlines are bringing a number of class acts to perform at the show.