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Latest travel daily headlines

Thu 17 Aug 17

Cathay posts huge loss


Travel Daily

CATHAY Pacific is expecting further headwinds after the Hong Kong-based airline posted a loss of HK$2.05 billion (AU$330m) in the first half of this year.


Thu 17 Aug 17

Philippine Airlines CNS pullout


Travel Daily

PHILIPPINE Airlines will commence direct flights between Manila and Auckland in Dec this year, with the move seeing the suspension of the carrier's existing service via Cairns.


Thu 17 Aug 17

Tourism workforce shortfall


Travel Daily

TOURISM Australia managing director John O'Sullivan yesterday confirmed the sector is well on track to achieving several of its Tourism 2020 goals - but is falling short when it comes to issues around industry staffing, training and development.


Thu 17 Aug 17

American suspends AKL


Travel Daily

AMERICAN Airlines has confirmed it will suspend flights between Los Angeles and Auckland from next Mar, reverting to a seasonal service in future southern summers.


Wed 16 Aug 17

Woodhouse in SQ restructure


Travel Daily

SINGAPORE Airlines' high-profile Australian marketing head Dale Woodhouse will move to head office under a major restructure revealed today.


Wed 16 Aug 17

Airberlin administration


Travel Daily

GERMAN carrier Airberlin has filed for administration, just a few months after Etihad injected 250 million into the airline.


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