• TravelBulletin for July 2017

    NTIA winners: where are they now? Plus features on USA, Insurance, Macao, South Africa and Indonesia and regulars Cruise, Tech, BEN and much more

  • 2017 Airline Guide

    The 2017 Travel Daily/TravelBulletin Airline Guide provides a one-stop handy reference to some of the major airlines in the Australian market.

  • TravelBulletin for June 2017

    Accessibility travel, Skiing, South America, Rail, Indochina, Cruise, Tech, BEN, Careers and more

  • TravelBulletin for May 2017

    Check out the May issue which includes our cover story on indigenous tourism, both opportunities for indigenous people to get […]

  • P&O accelerates new arrivals

    P&O Cruises Australia has waved goodbye to Pacific Dawn and Pacific Aria over the past two months, with both vessels leaving the fleet sooner than previously planned as Carnival Corporation continues to optimise its ocean-going hardware during the cruise pause.

  • Cruiseco makes the most of the pause

    CRUISECO and World’s Leading Cruise Lines last month scaled the “Everest of reporting challenges,” completing a major tech project during this year’s cruising downtime to enable the live visibility of Cruiseco bookings with brands including Cunard, P&O and Princess.

  • Hurtigruten making Antarctica easier than ever

    HURTIGRUTEN has developed a new range of Antarctica itineraries for the 2022-23 season, with fully-inclusive packages ex Australia priced from just $10,999 per person, aboard three expedition ships, including its newest vessel, Fridtjof Nansen.

  • Bright future ahead for Silversea and its partners

    DESPITE Silversea having cancelled voyages until at least the end of this month, Managing Director Asia Pacific Adam Radwanski has noted an improvement in demand.