• 2020 Cruise Guide

    The 2020 edition of our annual Cruise Guide is now available and this issue is our biggest ever. In it […]

  • TravelBulletin for October 2019

    The Million Dollar Club: how much top travel executives were paid last year, along with features on Europe, Japan, South & Central America and the Pacific, plus our regular cruise, BEN, business and latest news coverage

  • TravelBulletin for September 2019

    This month we take a look at the rise in travellers visiting places with a dark history. Plus there’s a bumper cruise section along with destination features on the United States, Asia, Africa and family holidays.

  • TravelBulletin for August 2019

    Disruptors: what’s the big deal? Find out in the August issue of travelBulletin as we take a look at the various disruptors in the travel industry.

  • Choose your own adventure

    Whether you’re on a thrill-seeking mission or looking for secluded luxury, you can be sure to find an island paradise that’s just right for you, writes Dilvin Yasa.

  • 5 great Australian road trips

    In a country as vast as Australia flying may be faster, but with so much to see between destinations there’s a lot to be said for hitting the road.

  • Five reasons to consider a small group tour

    travelBulletin spoke with Chip Popescu, managing director of Eastern Eurotours & Mediterranean Holidays, on the benefits of opting for a small group tour.

  • French accent

    Kristie Kellahan visits Provence with a small group of big-hearted travellers.

  • Virgin creditor’s report reveals payouts

    UNSECURED creditors of Virgin Australia will receive between 9c and 13c in the dollar if the proposed Deed of Company Administration (DOCA) sale of the carrier to Bain Capital is approved at a creditors’ meeting early this month. The details of the payout were revealed in the highly anticipated formal Report to Creditors from administrators Deloitte Financial Advisory which was finally released on 25 August. The report summarised the debts owed by the carrier, including $1.93 billion to about 6,500 bondholders, 9,022 employees with entitlements worth $129 million, 63 landlords owed $201 million and $237 million owed to 1,437 general creditors — including travelBulletin.

  • Darren Rudd seeks support

    AFTA CEO Darren Rudd’s program to engage with the grassroots of the industry will step up this month as the Federation pushes for a $125 million package of support in the upcoming Federal Budget.

  • AAPA urges global cooperation

    THE preoccupation with community transmission of COVID-19 by governments across the world is proving an irrational major impediment to the recommencement of aviation, according to Subas Menon, who, with exquisite timing, became Director-General of the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) in March this year. Menon, well known in Australia as the former Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President South West Pacific, told travelBulletin he believes it is vital that the world learns to adapt to the “new normal” of COVID-19 and “re-create an aviation network by applying science to mitigate identifiable risks to travellers and crew”.

  • AFTA view

    DARREN Rudd, Chief Executive Officer