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InterContinental Sydney plans AUD200 million renovation as demand in the Sydney accommodation market remains solid.
InterContinental Hotel Group and Mulpha Australia Ltd have recently announced (22-Feb-2017) a proposed major renovation of the InterContinental Sydney hotel which is expected to exceed
Sydney’s second airport is notable for being probably the only topic on which there has been multi-party agreement for nearly five decades – that is,
Australia’s BITRE reports domestic on time performance in Jan-2017 Australia’s Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE) reported (21-Feb-2017) overall domestic on time performance in Jan-2017
Air New Zealand pax up 4% to 1.2m with 83% load factor in Jan-2017 Traffic highlights for Jan-2017: Passenger numbers: 1.2 million, +3.9% year-on-year; ◦ Short-haul:
Tourism & Transport Forum Australia (TTF) has stated (17-Feb-2017) that the “continued cap on aircraft movements at Sydney Airport is fast becoming a cap on international visitor arrivals at Australia’s
Virgin Australia Holdings today reported a decline in revenue of 1% for 1HFY2017. Financial highlights for the six months ended 31-Dec-2016: Revenue: AUD2634 million (USD1984 million),
Virgin Australia today announced plans to commence services to Hong Kong and mainland China by mid-2017. The services will operate under a proposed alliance agreement
Tourism Australia has reported 8.3 million international arrivals to Australia in 2016, an increase of 11% year-on-year. Managing Director John O’Sullivan reported that tourism arrivals from key markets
Sydney Airport MD and CEO Kerrie Mather has stated (16-Feb-2017) she is very pleased with the airport’s 2016 results, which reflect strong performance from all businesses