• TravelBulletin for March 2020

    Coronavirus: prognosis negative? Bruce Piper investigates what kind of effect the outbreak of COVID-19 will have on the travel industry. In this issue there’s also features on Europe, expedition cruising, Africa and Thailand. We’ve also got the regular business view and cruise features, including a breakdown of the most luxurious suites at sea. Plus in issues and trends read about Singapore Airlines NDC and The Travel Corporation’s 100th anniversary.

  • TravelBulletin for February 2020

    Waiting for the smoke to clear – what will the affect of the recent devastating bushfires be on Australian tourism? Plus features on small group touring, New Zealand, Hawaii, Seniors travel and our in-depth of all the latest travel and cruise news including the collapse of Excite Holidays and the launch of Viking’ new expedition fleet

  • TravelBulletin for December 2019

    In the December 2019/January 2020 issue of travelBulletin, Bruce Piper reflects on the year of 2019, with both its winners and losers. We also have an update on airlines, and destination features on luxury, USA, solo travellers and Australia. We also breakdown all the different inclusions on river cruise lines in the cruise section, and of course we bring you all the in-depth news and analysis that we’re known for.

  • TravelBulletin for November 2019

    Do wholesalers have a future? Find out in the November issue of travelBulletin. We also have details on which destinations are going to be most popular in 2020, plus the Mediterranean, Polar regions and Canada. Discover what Scenic’s new ship Scenic Eclipse is like, plus our regular news coverage on travel, business events and cruise.

  • Indigenous Opportunities

    TOURISM and Indigenous culture go hand in hand in many countries around the world. Steve Jones investigates how different companies here in Australia are investing in Aboriginal culture’s rich heritage, and how indigenous people are getting involved with showing their homeland and traditions to tourists.

  • Luxury trekking

    The words luxury and trekking are not often found in the same sentence, however trekking isn’t all about mud, sweat and tears writes Emma Lovell.

  • Step back in Thailand Time

    See a new side of the Land of Smiles by visiting its ancient capital, writes Kristie Kellahan.

  • Time Travellers

    Dr Who might take to his Tardis to travel through time, but visitors to Israel and Jordan can do the same by coach or car, and uncover thousands of years of history, writes Brian Johnston.

  • Cruise & Maritime Voyages unlikely to pay creditors

    DUFF & Phelps, the administrator for Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) Australia, has found the COVID-19 pandemic and demand for refunds from customers as “key reasons for the company’s difficulties”, with a payout to creditors unlikely.

  • In brief: cruise September 2020 issue

    CRUISE Lines International Association announced its third voluntary suspension of American cruise operations, with ocean-going members of the trade organisation agreeing to suspend cruising until the end of October.

  • CLIA view

    JOEL Katz, Managing Director CLIA Australasia

  • Flight Centre jettisons brands

    FLIGHT Centre made some major streamlining decisions last month, opting to hibernate its Travel Money Oz brand and retire its Infinity wholesale business, as the shutdown of the travel sector continues to erode the bottom line of agencies across the country.

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