australia

Competition is gearing up in the Australian domestic market, can everyone survive?

Like most markets around the world, Australia’s domestic market has been volatile through most of 2020, as borders have closed and opened. It appears to

New research in Australia highlights that concern over border restrictions is quelling the appetite for travel more than worry over virus transmission

The voice of Australia’s national carrier has been strong throughout the COVID pandemic, especially when it comes to its return to scheduled international flying. However,

CAPA LIVE – Australasian markets are being hampered by Covid-19 spikes slowing the road to recovery

In the Australasian region, Air New Zealand has been buoyed by a sizeable government loan package and a domestic market that rebounded more quickly than

The confused travel picture – coronavirus pandemic is keeping most travellers close to home

Travellers’ preferences continue to evolve with destinations going into and out of favour all the time. Never has this been more so than during these

Australians increase domestic trips with cautious last minute bookings, while Trans-Tasman bubble seen as step in right direction even though restrictions apply

Australians have always been keen travellers. In normal life they tend to venture outside of Australia as teenagers and take every opportunity to explore the

DATA SPOTLIGHT: Adelaide Airport

This year The Blue Swan Daily will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights available

The recovery, resilience and restoration of Australian tourism – with international arrivals blocked there is a renewed domestic focus

Australia is a popular travel destination whether that is for business, leisure, or even perhaps a mixture of both. After all, for most international arrivals

Asian countries dominate among those with the most citizens confident in travelling in the ‘new normal’ where contactless experiences dictate sentiment

Asian travellers are showing more confidence about travelling in the new normal than their western counterparts, according to a recent global study conducted by social

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