From the publisher: October

By Bruce Piper This month I have been travelling in America's New England region and the trip has reminded me of how fortunate we are to work in this industry. This is a beautiful part of the world and Jenny and I have been privileged to experienc

Trafalgar hails agents

Trafalgar's chief executive officer Gavin Tollman was in Sydney last month to unveil the guided holiday specialist's 2018 Europe program at an invitation-only event for top achievers from around the country. Tollman heaped praise on frontline sell

ICYMI: Travel Daily’s top stories from September

United links Sydney to Houston hub United Airlines will go head-to-head with Qantas in steering Australian traffic through Texas from January, having announced direct flights between Sydney and its key hub in Houston. The daily services will be op

U by Uniworld’s stylish soiree

U by Uniworld, the new youth brand from Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection for 21-45 year olds, tempted Sydney with a "taste of Europe" at its official launch party last month. The brand took over Bar Machiavelli in Rushcutters Bay as 130 trad

TTF view: September 2017

Margy Osmond, CEO, Tourism & Transport Forum Australia With record numbers of international visitors flocking to our shores, domestic travel more popular than ever and visitor spending at an all-time high, it is safe to say we are currently ex

AFTA view: September 2017

Jayson Westbury, chief executive AFTA I read with interested the latest tourism data reports which show that the Australian Tourism industry is generating some $62.6 billion from Australians holidaying at home for the year to June 2017. In additio