Qantas closes bookings on US, UK flights to Oct 2021
That trip to LA or London seems further away than ever, but there's optimism on travel bubbles popping up around Asia.
Travel agents hit by pandemic and criticism say they're doing it tough too
"Some having lawyers on the phone, bringing me personally to tears. I've had sleepless nights, cried myself to sleep," Mr Zuker said.
Travel agents send distress signals
Travel agents send distress signal as COVID crisis leaves them stranded.
International travel was likely to be subdued until the fourth quarter of 2021.
THERE’S been no further news on the bid by the Australian Federation of Travel Agents for $125 million in industry-specific support, after AFTA CEO Darren Rudd took part in a meeting with the office of the Prime Minister yesterday afternoon.
Melbourne's ban on international flights will continue until November
Australia's second-largest international gateway has been shuttered since July.
Australia Extends Outbound Travel Ban Until Mid-December
The Australian Government has quietly extended its ban.
A Love Letter To Melbourne: We Are Here For You, Together In Travel
After yesterday's devastating news of Melbourne's stage 4 lockdown being extended...
Australian border closure, overseas flight ban to remain until 2021
Your passport probably won't get any use until sometime next year...
Qantas’ Transpacific Flight History
The ability to fly long-haul is something several of us take for granted. Yet it has come about in the space of one lifetime.
All work, no pay for travel agents right now
Australians have cancelled holidays worth an estimated $10 billion, leaving travel agents decimated
The uncertainty of travel
Covid-19 and the lockdown; stage 4 for Victoria. Where does this leave us, me, and yourself?
COVID-19 - What is that you say? My answer is that I don't know.
If I heard you correctly, you wanted to book a flight to Coffs Harbour, or on Qantas? No, I asked you about COVID-19, and how is it going to affect me and my travel arrangements?
THE BAN ON AUSTRALIANS TRAVELLING OVERSEAS HAS BEEN EXTENDED
BY A FURTHER THREE MONTHS, BUT AN EXEMPTION WILL BE MADE FOR THE TRANS-TASMAN ‘BUBBLE’.
WHY TRAVEL REFUNDS ARE NOT STRAIGHTFORWARD
The COVID-19 pandemic has obviously had a profound impact on travel with widespread and ongoing ramifications.