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Thu 22 Jun 17

QF enlists health experts


QANTAS has engaged researchers from the University of Sydney to help plan health strategies for passengers ahead of the introduction of long-haul flights aboard Boeing 787 Dreamliners later this year.


Thu 22 Jun 17

Hainan adds BNE service


CHINESE carriers' thirst for new capacity into Australia continues to expand, with Hainan Airlines the latest airline preparing to add another gateway in the 2017 China Australia Year of Tourism.


Wed 21 Jun 17

VA trumps QF in 2017 Skytrax


VIRGIN Australia has overtaken Qantas in this year's Skytrax World Airline Awards, rising to 13th place as the Flying Kangaroo plunged out of the top ten to rank 15th globally.


Wed 21 Jun 17

Aussie traveller records


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TOURISTS are opening their wallets in Australia, with the latest stats from the National Visitor Survey revealing record spending for the year ending Mar.


Wed 21 Jun 17

NSW gets funding boost


Travel Daily

INDUSTRY leaders have welcomed the NSW Budget handed down yesterday, including its 10% increase in funding for tourism and major events.


Wed 21 Jun 17

Seabourn 18/19 program


SEABOURN has confirmed the deployment of its newest vessel, Seabourn Encore to Australian waters for an extended period over the 2018/19 cruise season, but remains coy about what sister vessel Seabourn Sojourn is up to.


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