Asian tourism boom drives increase in international visitor numbers

Asia continues to drive Australia’s tourism growth Asian tourism boom drives increase in international visitor numbers China is on the cusp of overtaking New Zealand for the first time as Australia’s biggest source of international visitors, according to new figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. READ HERE

Why we need travel agents: AIR NZ CEO

Given Air NZ’s CEO Christopher Luxon thinks the airline is the best in the world, it probably doesn’t hurt to listen when he says travel agents are important.

Speaking to Travel Weekly at the 2017 TRENZ conference in Auckland recently, Luxon said travel agents are an absolutely essential part of the travel industry. READ HERE

Where and how do Aussies travel?

AUSTRALIANS ARE KNOWN ACROSS THE WORLD FOR THEIR SENSE OF ADVENTURE AND LOVE FOR TRAVELLING AND EXPLORING OTHER COUNTRIES.

In The Savings Portal CupoNation, we looked into the Australian travelling landscape and found out the main trends and specificities of Australian travellers. READ HERE

Korean Air to plant trees in Mongolia to prevent desertification

Korean Air has been taking the lead in saving the Earth by volunteering for 14 consecutive years to plant trees in Mongolia.

From May 15th to 26th, more than 200 Korean Air employees will be cooperating with 600 local residents to plant trees in Mongolia. This activity is part of Korean Air’s ‘Global Planting Project’ which aims to prevent desertification of the city and save the environment. READ HERE