Travel Sector

.

Australian Travel Agents Win Case- Quantas To Pay Millions

Australian Travel Agents Win Case- Quantas To Pay Millions

In an over turn of events Australian travel agents have won the case against Australian airline group Quantas, leading the airline group to pay millions to the agents.

Passengers Still Waiting to Get Back Home

Passengers Still Waiting to Get Back Home

Many passengers have been waiting for a week or so, to get back to their homes as the airlines are still working through the backlog of cancelled flights. Though, British airspace was reopened on Tuesday.

Volcanic Ash Cloud Causes Air Travel Chaos in the European Region

Volcanic Ash Cloud Causes Air Travel Chaos in the European Region

A gigantic ash cloud from an Icelandic volcano created further air travel mayhem in the European region on Friday. The degree of chaos is such, which had not been seen ever since September 11 attacks. Due to this volcanic ash cloud, a whole lot of passengers had been left helpless and marooned.

Bay of Fundy Looks for Surge in Tourists

Bay of Fundy Looks for Surge in Tourists

A worldwide contest amongst some of the world's natural wonders could help produce tourism dollars for Canada's Bay of Fundy.

Canada's Bay of Fundy is turning against the likes of the Amazon rainforest, the Galapagos Islands, Mount Kilimanjaro and the Grand Canyon in the New 7 Wonders of Nature contest.

Tcards Make Second Entry in NSW

Tcards Make Second Entry in NSW

The NSW Government is likely to assign the task of managing the public transport ticketing service called Tcard to Pearl Consortium. Pearl Consortium enjoys the membership of Commonwealth Bank and Cubic Transportation Systems and delivered a similar ticketing service in Queensland. The province's transport ministry has shared that the final negotiations are being pursed between the two.

Amidst Rising Tension, Thailand Authorities Stress "Tourists are Safe"

Amidst Rising Tension, Thailand Authorities Stress "Tourists are Safe"

Tourist authorities of Thailand have urged travelers from Britain to not cancel their vacation plans in wake of the state emergency being declared in Bangkok, post anti-Government demonstrators ended up briefly storming the Parliament during this week.

Smart Gate System Launched

Smart Gate System Launched

It was told by Brendan O'Connor, the Federal Minister for Home Affairs, that if the new facial recognition technology is introduced in the airports it would speed up passengers' arrival process at the Gold Coast Airport.

The Inside Route on Cruising to Alaska

The Inside Route on Cruising to Alaska

Any person who has travelled would know that there are various scenic watercourses in the world, but only one Inside Passage.

Cruise Companies to Balk US-Canada Pollution Plan

Cruise Companies to Balk US-Canada Pollution Plan

Cruise companies are standing against a proposal to form a low-emissions buffer zone around the United States and Canada, citing that it sets arbitrary demarcations based on faulty science that overstates the health benefits.

Melbourne’s Train Operator Forced to Shut Down Numerous Services

Melbourne’s Train Operator Forced to Shut Down Numerous Services

Melbourne's train operator Metro has been forced to shut down numerous services for the second day in a row as rail operator Metro posed underperformance.

Mr. Brumby posted that he was unhappy learning that the company had failed to fulfill contractual timetable obligations since taking over from the deeply unloved Connex.

Latest News

Southwest Airlines to Be Charged a Fine of $12 million Over Issues Related to Re
Zillow to Purchase Trulia; A Merger That Will Create a Real Estate Giant Listing
More than One Third of Americans Debt Offenders
Video Shows Baby Turtles Heading to Sea
Bear Stearns, Alan 'Ace' Greenberg, dies at 86
Former U.S. official Says President Obama Could Restrain Corporate 'Inversions'
As U.S. Stocks Ascend, NYC Pension Funds Report 17.4%  Returns on Investments
Food Scandal in China, Parent Company to Investigate Matters
Wal-Mart’s New Fix-it Man Has Never Worked in U.S Before
Obama Steps Up Drive to Stop Tax Loopholes for  “Corporate Deserters”
Widening Quarterly Losses Pull Down Amazon Shares
New Zealand Once Again Raises Its Interest Rate Now to 3.5 Percent
Syndicate content