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FCTG named launch partner for Sabre's Beyond NDC Program

Flight Centre Travel Group is the only company with its headquarters in Asia Pacific to participate in a New Distribution Capability (NDC) initiative run by global technology provider Sabre Corporation. The ‘Beyond NDC Program’ will help guide the...Read more

FCTG & Serko partnership to deliver an online booking revolution

Travel giant Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) and New Zealand-based technology specialist Serko are transforming the online booking experience for business travellers. Both Serko and FCTG’s corporate division have been widely recognised for...Read more
Melissa Elf

Tips from the top with Melissa Elf

This feature is based on an interview with our new General Manager, Melissa Elf, who has a dual role overseeing Flight Centre Travel Group’s academic specialist Campus Travel and FCM Travel Solutions, which manages travel for government and...Read more

Inner city schools are on the rise – literally

Reaching the ‘top of the class’ is taking on a new meaning as inner city schools in Australia go high-rise. Now classrooms are literally on top of each other as schools, such as the Arthur Phillip High School in Sydney, reach 17 storeys high. Cities...Read more

Flight Centre Travel Group front and centre at NTIA awards night

Campus Travel’s parent company, the Flight Centre Travel Group was named Best Travel Agency Group at the National Travel Industry Awards (NTIA) on Saturday night in Sydney. The NTIA accolades are considered the travel industry’s most important...Read more

Travel industry round-up

Emirates service reductions Runway upgrade works at Dubai Airport will impact a range of Emirates services. From 16 April to 20 May next year, Emirates will reduce service frequency to more than 100 destinations worldwide, including its Australian...Read more
Illuminate 2018

Illuminate 2018

What will the next five, 10 or 15 years bring to the corporate travel industry? What can we expect to see from technology companies, airlines, airports, travel management companies, ground suppliers and product distribution in the future? Featuring...Read more

New rules for powder in carry-on luggage

Since 2006, there has been a restriction in place on all international flights around the carriage of liquids, aerosols and gels. As most international travellers are aware, liquids, aerosols and gels are limited to 100ml (3.4 ounce) or smaller...Read more

Student expectations are changing higher education

Nanodegrees, micro-credentials and blended learning are all terms and methodologies gaining traction in the higher education sector. According to industry commentators they are just some of the many ways that universities and educational...Read more

4D Aviation & Airfare report

International ticket prices stay flat, domestic fares rise but travellers still enjo ying the golden era of travel: 4D Air Report Travellers paid more for their domestic tickets in 2017, while corporate international fares remained flat and leisure...Read more

Reclaiming VAT on your overseas travel

A new Campus Travel partnership with VAT IT, will help universities and their travellers recover the VAT paid on goods and services overseas. With global academic travel increasing each year, the ability to reclaim this tax can potentially put...Read more

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