Luxury travel operator, Pierce & Leslie has ventured into the Australian market, launching its newest brochure to Virtuoso agents in Sydney earlier this week.
In a bid to boost West Australian and Japanese travel markets, Australian-based TMC, Voyager Travel Corporation today announced the acquisition of corporate and luxury leisure company, Lets Go Austra...
The alliance between British Airways, American Airlines and Iberia has been given a green light by the European Commission, despite protests from Virgin Atlantic president Richard Branson.
An agreement has been reached by Air France KLM to pay fines of US$87 million to settle civil damages in the US, following investigations into its alleged role in an air freight price-fixing cartel.
Tiger Airways announced last Friday that it would cut its Hobart to Adelaide and Launceston to Melbourne services from August 2.
The Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC) has announced it will restructure global operations to focus on meaningful marketing investment, a move that sees CTC's Australian office converted to a General ...
Heads of Tourism Tropical North Queensland (TTNQ) and the Cairns Mayor announced yesterday that Cairns is actively rethinking, repositing and redeveloping efforts to strengthen its already recovering...
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission have today called for comment on Jetset Travelworld's proposed acquisition of Stella Travel Services Holdings.
Celebrity Cruises announced yesterday it will return to Australasia in 2011, tripling the region's Royal Caribbean Cruises' capacity and delivering more inbound tourists 'Down Under'.
Webjet have announced an almost 30 percent year-on-year increase in their total turnover values for this financial year.
Qantas' hopes to sell its Air Pacific shares have been dampened as the Fijian carrier announced last financial year as the worst in its history.
An agreement between Best of Australia Travel Centres (BOATC) and Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (SHFA) will see Sydney and New South Wales product sold across the country.
Oneworld, a universally known airline alliance, has invited Kingfisher Airlines to join with eleven other major airlines including Qantas, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific and Japan...
The SAS new Comfort Kit was awarded a Mercury for "Category 3: Light Equipment" by the International Travel Catering Association.
The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Sydney has been named Best Spa in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific in Travel + Leisure's 2010 World's Best Awards.
Following a string of delays and changes to its original orders for Boeing 787 Dreamliners, Qantas Airways announced it would receive its first B787 two years earlier than expected.
Jetstar has called for an end to immigration checks between Australia and New Zealand, claiming the move would benefit the tourism industries of both countries.
The Victorian Government has negotiated new contracts for the domestic and international air travel of its staff, saving taxpayers over AUD13 million.
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