• TravelBulletin for December 2021/January 2022

    Taking travel back to the future! Read about what will stay and what has changed in the functioning of the […]

  • TravelBulletin for November 2021

    New AFTA CEO: In it for the Long haul, the disunited states of Australia, Celebrity Cruises heads to Northern Europe, discover what makes Qatar the ultimate stopover destination and more.

  • TravelBulletin for October 2021

    Access denied to the million dollar club: After 18 months of the COVID-crisis the formerly fat pay packets of the […]

  • TravelBulletin for September 2021

    CATO’s declaration of independence, vax the way forward, make tracks to WA with Journey Beyond and more.

  • Taking travel back to the future

    THE pandemic has changed many aspects of life for people. Some of us have reported feeling traumatised by incessant lockdowns, more fearful of crowded spaces and showing more concern for the cleanliness of the places we visit. While it’s too early to predict how long the nasty imprint of COVID will last on the souls of humans, what is clear is that at least in the short-term future, there will be changes in the way many people do business, and the travel sector is no exception. ADAM BISHOP investigates.

  • TravelBulletin for December 2021/January 2022

    Taking travel back to the future! Read about what will stay and what has changed in the functioning of the […]

  • Cruising in media’s sights again?

    Is the media once again looking to target the cruise industry? Bruce Piper investigates. With cruising in Australian waters seemingly […]

  • Northern Europe ports give Celebrity the edge

    VOYAGES aboard Celebrity Cruises are well and truly on the radar for Australian cruisers, with the line last month seeing record sales for the launch of its 2022/23 local season. However Celebrity is also enticing Aussies to explore further afield, asking “Isn’t it time?” to explore Northern Europe in 2022, as BRUCE PIPER reports.

  • Taking travel back to the future

    THE pandemic has changed many aspects of life for people. Some of us have reported feeling traumatised by incessant lockdowns, more fearful of crowded spaces and showing more concern for the cleanliness of the places we visit. While it’s too early to predict how long the nasty imprint of COVID will last on the souls of humans, what is clear is that at least in the short-term future, there will be changes in the way many people do business, and the travel sector is no exception. ADAM BISHOP investigates.

  • Fain steps down

    ROYAL Caribbean Group (RCG) Chief Executive Officer Richard Fain (pictured) is stepping down after more than 33 years at the top of the company, with Chief Financial Officer Jason Liberty named to succeed him.

  • Celestyal signs with Cruise Traveller

    CELESTYAL Cruises has joined the growing Cruise Traveller stable of brands as a preferred trade partner. The cruise line is locally led by Asia Pacific Regional Manager Stuart Williams, and is now scheduled to resume operations in Mar 2022 in the Eastern Mediterranean using its two classic ships – the 1,200-guest Celestyal Crystal and the 1,575-passenger Celestyal Olympia.

  • Uncertainty continues to cause cancellations

    AMID continuing uncertainty around the resumption of cruising in Australia, P&O Cruises, Carnival Cruise Lines and Silversea Cruises were forced to cancel additional sailings Down Under.

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