In a boost for inbound tourism, Virgin Australia and Singapore Airlines have expanded their codeshare agreement on SQ services to the South Australian capital from Europe and the United Kingdom.
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Hawaiian Airlines is set to commence flights between Honolulu and Brisbane in a huge boost to inbound travel.
Australia is fast becoming a destination for work, as well as play, with new Tourism Research Australia (TRA) figures estimating AUD$10 billion was spent in 2011 by business event visitors.
Tourism Australia has been given an extra $61 million by the Federal Government to promote the nation across emerging markets in Asia.
Tourism Australia has welcomed the network launch by Jetstar Japan to future connect five domestic Japanese city markets seamlessly and more affordably with Jetstar international flight offerings on the Japan-Australia route, as a further positive step in reenergising the brand Australia presence in Japan.
Tourism Australia’s Managing Director Andrew McEvoy says the nation’s popularity as a tourist destination continues to grow, particularly out of Asian markets.
Cathay Pacific has unveiled its new Premium Economy cabin which is set to be launched on services to Sydney later this week.
Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is getting direct flights from Auckland from July 1 in a significant boost to tourism in the region.
Australia’s Minister for Tourism Martin Ferguson is using the annual G’Day USA event across the United States this week to further push the nation as a must-see travel destination.
Emirates has inaugurated flights to Dublin in a significant boost to tourism between Australia and Ireland.