Complete Travel Marketing have released their industry rates for 2015 to the Australian and New Zealand travel industry.
Stage 1 of the Newcastle Airport terminal expansion project was completed this week.
Brisbane has generated 29 leads with the potential for a combined economic impact upwards of $30 million following the G20 Leaders Summit.
The ATEC National Board held its meeting this week on the Sunshine Coast at Spicers Tamarind Retreat.
Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) Australasia has announced Virgin Australia as a new executive partner.
The ‘connected passenger’ has become a reality, with 97% of airline passengers carrying at least one personal electronic device.
The new national tourism promotion campaign “2015 Discover Thainess” is to be further advanced in India.
Host to world-class sporting events, memorable exhibitions and sensational shows, March is the month for the month for a Brisbane rendezvous.
The Adelaide Convention Bureau is excited to launch its new online booking portal for delegates seeking pre and post conference touring experiences.
Pacific World provides corporate, association and agency meeting planners with detailed insight into latest meeting destinations and trends.
The partners aim to make it easier for airlines and travel agencies to provide rich content-driven experiences on their ecommerce websites.
Travel Counsellors agents around Australia will unite on February 27 for three days at the annual Travel Counsellors conference.
Intrepid Travel partners with Earthwatch on research trip in Daintree.
Visit USA Expos a success with 1,100 travel agents attending events.
BESydney welcomes additional $6 million funding from NSW Government for major events
P&O Cruises has announced a major push into the meetings market, creating a new P&O Conferences division to spearhead an increase in corporate bookings.
ICC Sydney invites the world inside for a virtual look at its new AU$1.1 billion venue.
One in four Aussies have booked a holiday after getting social media FOMO.
New projects and multi-million dollar tourism redevelopments have boosted confidence in Cairns & Great Barrier Reef for incentives and meetings.
As the region escapes worst of Cyclone Marcia’s fury, tourism businesses are reporting a full return to normal.