Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Industry

Coalition announces tourism forum

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Shadow tourism minister Bob Baldwin (pictured) has announced a public hearing date specific to the Tourism sector as part of the Coalition’s Industries for Australia’s Future Review.

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Fees to Guests Boost Hotel Incomes

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The global accommodation industry is expected to pocket a record $1.8 billion this year with an assortment of new fees for housekeeping, room-service trays, concierges, parking and early cancellations – services that were once part of room rates.

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Wyndham Opens in Perth

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International hospitality company, Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific celebrated the launch of its new sales office and education centre to great response from over 80 West Australian “Owners”.

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CSA Increases QLD Services

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China Southern Airlines will increase its flights from Guangzhou to Brisbane from three to four flights a week as well as adding Beijing to the flight route to grow its passenger numbers.

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Sea Temple Energy Saving to FWES

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Sunshine Coast energy solutions company Future Wave Energy Solutions has won a contract at a prominent Port Douglas resort by promising to reduce its carbon footprint by about 300 tonnes and realise $100,000 a year in energy savings.

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The Tiger bounces back

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Tiger Airways has announced extra daily return services on two popular routes (Melbourne – Brisbane and Melbourne – Gold Coast) as the airline continues to resume domestic services in Australia gradually.

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Breakthrough in Domestic Travel

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At last it looks as though domestic travel has turned the corner with latest tourism figures indicating more Australians are travelling internally although they are being more frugal with spending.

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Separate Menus set for the Chop

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Restaurants no longer have to provide a separate menu for the times they want to apply surcharges following the federal government’s support of recommendations for the requirement to be abolished.

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