• TravelBulletin for June 2021

    Results from the Travel Daily Survival survey, no good news for Bestjet creditors, NCL’s new build and more.

  • TravelBulletin for May 2021

    Navigating COVID-19 and the future for AFTA, details of Celebrity Cruises’ newest ship, Hurtigruten’s change and more.

  • TravelBulletin for April 2021

    Flying under the weight of COVID: how Qatar Airways has continued operating during COVID, discover the new exciting destination of AlUla and more.

  • TravelBulletin for March 2021

    Sarina Bratton’s dive into the deep end of officialdom, why Fiji should be top of your wishlist and more.

  • Access denied to the million dollar club…

    THERE’S no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has led to belt-tightening right across the travel and tourism industry. Thousands of jobs have been lost, while many of those who remain within the sector are scraping by on savings or meagre scraps of business, as border closures and restrictions continue to impact the ability to trade. Profitability has been slashed, and as companies preserve cash the thought of dividend payments from those on the ASX has been a far-fetched dream – and that in turn has had a direct impact on the take-home pay of some of our key industry leaders who were previously heavily remunerated as they took their share of the bounty.

  • NCL’s big step forward

    NORWEGIAN Cruise Line has announced a new target of 1,000 total enrolments in its Walk for Wellness, after it was inundated with almost 600 registrations in its opening week.

  • My Cruises heads upstream

    THE younger demographic is already leading the way in bookings of Ignite Travel Group’s new My Cruises River Collection, General Manager Michael Middleton has told travelBulletin.

  • It could be Chile!

    IT could be Chile!

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