Why Creativity Is Key

          Why Creativity Is Key   Creativity is your key to the future. All progress comes about as the result of finding better, faster, cheaper, easier or different ways to do things and this requi...

Australians look overseas for travel

A recent study from the Australian Bureau of Statistic indicates that 693,000 Australians travelled overseas in April compared to 537,100 the same time last year.

Virgin, Delta alliance given go-ahead by US

A venture between Virgin Australia and Delta Air Lines on trans-pacific routes has been given the green light following approval of antitrust immunity by the US Department of Transportation (DOT), th...

A South African love affair

It happened in an instant: at first and then over again, when, as the sun set on a herd of elephants, or with the clean stink of the ocean on my face, or maybe in the dark of a Joburg nightclub, I fe...

QF, AA receive interim authorisation

Qantas has received interim authorisation from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission for a joint business agreement with American Airlines.

Hide and seek, safari-style

I’m not usually an early riser. But when a morning drive through one of South Africa’s beautiful game reserves beckons, I’m the first one up. Forget the worm – this bird wants to catch an elephant, o...

US airlines defend ancillary fees

Airlines in the United States have defended their stance on hidden costs, saying a breakdown of ancillary revenue into minute detail would be akin to McDonalds accounting for how many French fries it...

Underground River shortlisted for New7Wonders

The Puerto Princesa Underground River in the Philippines is one step closer to becoming one of the world’s New7Wonders following its inclusion on the shortlist of finalists for the prestigious honour...

Voyager of the Seas

Following the news of Voyager of the Seas’ deployment to Australia in November 2012, e-Travel Blackboard decided to take an in depth look at the first ever megaliner to be based ‘down under’.

US airports, airlines at loggerheads

American airports are unhappy with their current maximum passenger facility fee of US$4.50, saying it is too low in comparison to the fees airlines are charging.

Fancy wearing Princess Kate’s engagement ring?

California Travel and Tourism Commission (CTTC) has launched another incentive to Australian travel agents who complete its online travel training program, California Expert…this time celebrating the...

QF postpones Buenos Aires flights

Qantas announced that it has postponed flights between Australia and Buenos Aires over the next 24 hours as ash from Chile’s Mt Puyehue Cordon Caulle blows across the Southern Ocean.