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The 14 members of the Association of Australian Convention Bureaus (AACB) have announced a new national campaign to build Australia’s business events industry.
More than 100 Australian travel agents attended a Qantas Holidays gala event in California over the weekend that lavished the travel wholesaler’s top sales people for the year.
Like Darling Harbour before it, Sydney Olympic Park’s ‘white elephant’ status is no more.
Travelodge Wellington has announced that a major refurbishment will commence on October 4 that will see the hotel cease trading until July next year.
V Australia, the new long-haul arm subsidiary of VirginBlue, yesterday (September 8) launched its own travel agent payment and settlement system.
TTG Asia Media, organisers of the IT&CMA & CTW Asia Pacific trade show held in Bangkok next month, are reassuring delegates that political unrest in Thailand is limited to specific areas and will not affect the planned show.
The Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC) has announced a record-breaking year in 2007-08, with a turnover of $27.3 million.
V Australia, the long-haul subsidiary of Virgin Blue, has unveiled a new business class lounge at Sydney’s T2 domestic terminal.
Tourism operators in Thailand are urging travellers to rethink cancelling visiting the Southeast Asian nation following the imposition of a state of emergency in Bangkok this week.
Jetstar has launched a new Sydney to Ho Chi Minh route with a Darwin stopover that will operate five times weekly.
Thailand’s share of the MICE market is under threat following the killing of a man and mass street protests in Bangkok that led to the imposition of a state of emergency in the capital on Tuesday (September 4).
Global business travel driven by strong performance in developing regions of Asia-Pacific, Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East is anticipated to facilitate growth in the hotel industry.
Travel management company American Express (AMEX) is soon to launch a new online B2B networking community for the corporate travel industry.
Accor has announced the launch of MGallery, a collection of eight boutique hotels catering to travelers seeking hotels with unique characters.
An inner city pub with extensive function, conference and meeting facilities has taken out the award for best licensed premises at the 2008 City of Sydney Business Awards.
The InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG) is gearing up for its biggest ever Australian showcase of hotels and resorts, as the IHG Global Showcase 2008 heads to Sydney and Melbourne next week.
Conference planners have a unique new venue to consider following the relaunch of the historic Port Lincoln Hotel.
Virgin Atlantic has teamed up with UK footwear and accessories company Worn Again for a project that will see the airline donate aircraft seat covers to create fashion handbags.
Wotif.com has demonstrated its business model is resilient in the face of economic uncertainty after it reported a 31 per cent increase in profit for the 2007-08 fiscal year.