Qantas yesterday operated the first ever direct flight between Melbourne and Dallas/Fort Worth, creating more travel options for Australians travelling to North America.
Marriott International, Inc., today announced it has signed a management agreement with visionary property development company GURNER™ to bring the St. Regis brand to Australia’s Gold Coast.
Zac Efron and Darin Olien’s Netflix series, Down to Earth, is back with a second season titled Down to Earth: Down Under. The latest series, which launched on 11 November, highlights meaningful and sustainable ways to travel and was shot entirely in Australia, featuring a plethora of sustainable tourism operators and experiences.
Celebrity Cruises has announced its most ambitious season of sailings ever, with nearly 500 sailings for the 2024-2025 season that send the line’s fleet of 16 relaxed luxury ships, including Celebrity AscentSM, the fourth ship in the highly acclaimed Edge SeriesⓇ, to more than 250 destinations in 70 countries.
Royal Caribbean International made its highly anticipated return to Australia for the first time since 2019. The arrival of the action-packed Ovation of the Seas in Sydney brings back Australia’s ultimate summer holiday, where adults, kids and grandparents can make memories together on 2- to 12-night cruises to Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
Marriott International, Inc., today announced the signing of an agreement with Australian property developers Pelligra Group and Giannarelli Group to bring Australia’s third Ritz-Carlton hotel to the Gold Coast by 2026.
Tourism Australia’s new global campaign, Come and Say G’day, is set to go live in key international tourism markets around the world from tomorrow (Thursday, 20 October 2022) to remind international travellers why There’s Nothing Like Australia.
Strong travel demand is accelerating the Qantas Group’s recovery from the COVID crisis, enabling the national carrier to keep investing for customers and its people while also strengthening its balance sheet.
Qantas is rolling out its first new domestic Economy menu since on board catering was simplified as a result of the pandemic. After months of development, the new menu caters to several dietary requirements and includes a vegetarian option for all meals following recent customer feedback.
Frequent flyers will be able to take advantage of thousands more reward seats as Qantas and Jetstar celebrate the reopening of Japan for international travellers following years of COVID restrictions. Both airlines will make every Economy seat between Australia and Japan available as a Classic Flight Reward over a six-week period from 11 May to 20 June 2023.
The Qantas Group has appointed Stephanie Tully as the new Chief Executive Officer of Jetstar. This follows the announcement in June that current Jetstar CEO, Gareth Evans, will leave his role by the end of calendar 2022.