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  Qantas has launched its service from Bengaluru (BLR) to Sydney (SYD), providing the first direct connection between Southern India and Australia by any airline. Qantas will fly an A330 aircraft from Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport to Sydney four times per week on a Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. QF68 will cut nearly three hours […]Continue Reading
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Australia will drop its remaining Covid border restrictions meaning travellers will no longer have to declare their vaccination status for entry, reports Evening Standard. In a boost to tourism, holiday-makers will be able to visit the country with no vaccination rules for the first time since the border was opened to tourists in February. International […]Continue Reading
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Tourism Australia’s largest annual travel trade event, the Australian Tourism Exchange 2022 (ATE22), has opened in Sydney with close to 1,100 buyers and sellers registered for the in-person event at the ICC Sydney. The 42nd edition of Tourism Australia’s premier event, taking place in partnership with Destination NSW, runs from 15 to 18 May, with […]Continue Reading
Cruise Outbound Top Stories
The ban on foreign cruise ships by Australia — imposed in March 2020 after a Covid outbreak aboard the Ruby Princess spilled into Sydney once the vessel docked — cost the Australian economy more than AUD 10 billion (USD 7.4 billion), the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) estimates. Operators “are preparing for a carefully managed […]Continue Reading
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Tourism Australia has started welcoming back travellers from India with borders now open for quarantine-free travel, for fully vaccinated visa holders. Pre-Covid, India was Australia’s fastest growing inbound tourism market for three years. In 2019, Australia welcomed almost 400,000 visitors from India and was the sixth most valuable market for spend, contributing over AUD Continue Reading
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Australia will strengthen its tourism links with India to further increase visitor numbers and support local jobs and business by growing one of its largest and most valuable tourist markets. In this direction, Dan Tehan, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment and his Indian counterpart Piyush Goyal, Minister for Commerce and Industry, renewed the Australia-India […]Continue Reading
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