FINAL tinkering and testing is currently taking place at Creative Holidays ahead of the launch of a second incarnation of the wholesaler’s “revolutionary” online booking website for agents.
THE moniker Canadian Tourism Commission is no more, with a new corporate identity and positioning to Destination Canada taking immediate effect.
THE Qantas Group’s share of international passenger traffic has declined 8% over the last decade, while Emirates and Virgin Australia have lifted their shares by 5% and 6.2% respectively.
Cruise Lines International Association says the Australian cruising industry will achieve two million passengers in the next five years - double the previous target of 1 million which was achieved in 2014 (TD breaking news).
The National Tourism Alliance is facing changes, with the resignation of ceo Juliana Payne after almost five years at the helm of the peak industry representative (TD 02 Nov 2010).
AFTA is acting swiftly to further strengthen the ATAS accreditation scheme after the collapse of two agencies in recent weeks.
Market penetration reaches 4.2% - the biggest in the world.
EVERGREEN Tours’ brand new Canada, Alaska and USA brochure hit agency racks late last week, complete with new itineraries, experiences and cruise options.
AIR New Zealand’s new Sydney lounge (TD Fri) is the first in a wider program which will see the carrier roll out similar concepts across its global network.
HELLOWORLD has moved into the top ten travel agency websites, with the latest figures from Experian Hitwise revealing significant shifts in online share.