Licensing for travel agents ended on 1 July 2014 for states and territories – except in Western Australia and Tasmania, which will soon follow suit.
Tourism New Zealand has been awarded Best International Tourist Office for the second time in four years.
Following the AFTA AGM held last Friday, the board held a meeting to elect office bearers.
More than 1,300 industry representatives attended the AFTA NTIA 2014, as the industry came together to extend condolences and celebrate achievements.
Consumer losses have increased since the All Travel collapse.
With just one month to go, the Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA) National Travel Industry Awards (NTIA) 2014 is almost here.
AFTA has announced the first travel intermediaries to secure accreditation under the new AFTA Travel Accreditation Scheme.
Over half of the travel agents that took part in a recent survey on the ATAS, have reported the need for more information.
Industry shows strong support for newly launched ATAS workshops, which kick off their third round in Brisbane today.
AFTA has announced the appointment of Dean Long to the new position of national manager, strategy and policy.
Australian agents have voiced their true opinion on the industry, providing industry leaders with invaluable information.
Joanna Tralaggan joins AFTA to manage marketing and communications for new scheme.