Tourism boost as Qantas reveals Melbourne to San Francisco route
Qantas has officially revealed the start date of 1 September 2018 for its new Melbourne to San Francisco service.
Tourism Australia’s social media engagement eclipses rival destinations
Images of Australia’s iconic attractions, gorgeous animals and vivid landscapes are continuing to have mass appea
AAoA welcomes economic focus on tourism in Queensland
Accommodation Association of Australia has welcomed the increased profile of the tourism portfolio in the new Queen
Chinese visitor spending in Australia tops $10 billion
Spending by Chinese tourists has reached a new record in Australia, exceeding $10 billion for the first time.
Emotions, not dollars, drive travel decisions: Expedia reveals key travel insights at Partner Conference
New generational data has been released by Expedia at its global Partner Conference in Las Vegas this week and HM h
AirAsia X notches up 10 years in Australia
Long-haul, low-cost carrier AirAsia X has celebrated 10 years of serving Australia.
Sofitel and Fiji Airways offer flight check-in on Denarau Island
Fiji Airways has unveiled a new ‘resort check-in’ at Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa on Denarau Island.
Tasmania welcomes new glamping lodge
Say hello to Truffle Lodge, Tasmania’s newest glamping site.
Hilton CEO Nassetta named Chair of World Travel and Tourism Council
Hilton’s President and CEO, Christopher Nassetta, has been named Chair of the WTTC and HM has the details.
Emirates to stop flying from Australia to Auckland in rejig of Qantas partnership
Qantas and Emirates have announced network changes from Australia to New Zealand that will see A380 Superjumbos dro
AAoA calls for sharing economy regulation in South Australia
The accommodation industry is supporting calls for the South Australian Government to properly regulate the sharing
Success for Singapore Airlines’ Capital Express service to Canberra and Wellington
Last week marked one year since Singapore Airlines first touched down in Canberra and the service has been a resoun
Gold Coast develops world’s first sand hostel
The world’s first ever ‘Sand Hostel’ has been created on Queensland’s Gold Coast, where guests are truly staying on
Virgin Australia goes daily on Melbourne-Hong Kong flights
In a boost for Victorian tourism, Virgin Australia is going daily on flights to Melbourne from Hong Kong.