Garuda Indonesia is set to heavily promote its services from Australia to Europe and North Asia via Jakarta, with schedules for some Sydney and Melbourne departures to be rejigged to provide improved connectivity.
Enterprise Car Rental is expanding into the Oceania market, having appointed Redspot as its franchise partner in Australia and New Zealand.
EXPEDIA has today launched a new loyalty program in Australia and New Zealand, with the so-called “Expedia+” offering rewards points for both travel agents and consumers.
Qantas head of international Gareth Evans has vowed to press on with the proposed alliance with China Eastern, aiming to highlight its benefits in the face of the ACCC’s draft rejection of the deal (TD yesterday).
ACCC cites "significant public detriment" from QF/MU alliance.
Singapore Airlines has taken its love of Formula One to new speeds, signing with the Sauber team as its Official Airline Partner.
Canada’s iconic Rocky Mountaineer rail adventure will now be exclusively sold in Greater China by The Walshe Group, in an expansion of the portfolio represented by Walshe’s Hong Kong office headed by Jeff Naylor.
Sell-out expected for 2015 National Travel Industry Awards.
QANTAS and Emirates are today celebrating the second anniversary of their alliance with the launch of a sales campaign offering return flights to Dubai from $1,399 plus add-on sectors to Europe from $99.
Virgin Australia and Delta Air Lines have downplayed suggestions they may add more flights between Australia and the USA, with DL chief Ed Bastian saying “we want to focus on the most popular business travel as well as leisure destination, which is obviously LA to Sydney”.