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How Airbnb is empowering Boutique Hotels and B&Bs to build their business

Traditional hotel chains and large resorts have long dominated the accommodation industry because of their strong brand marketing and distribution channels. … Continue Reading

Why easy legal compliance is making Airbnb attractive for property owners in Australia

Airbnb describes itself in this way:

Airbnb connects people to unique travel experiences in more than 34,000 cities and 191 countries. Airbnb is the easiest way for people to monetize their extra space and showcase it to an audience of millions. … Continue Reading

Tips and traps for making travel insurance claims for valuables

egtmedia59Laptops, cameras, jewellery and even 18 carat white gold Rolex Oyster Perpetual watches get lost, stolen and damaged when travelling.  … Continue Reading

Prospects are dim for a new Travel Compensation Fund, according to a new Report

The Australian Consumer Affairs Regulators have reported that they are ready to close the door on providing new Government protection for travellers who lose money paid to insolvent travel agents. … Continue Reading

IATA quandary as police set ‘madman’ passenger free

egtmedia59A passenger likened to a madman, who screamed “I have a bomb and you’re all going to die” and fought flight attendants aboard a British Airways flight, has been set free by Dubai police. … Continue Reading

Travel whiz-kid runs rings round airline and giant OTA

egtmedia59There’s been a surprising outcome to the decision last year by United Airlines and the giant online travel site Orbitz to sue a 22-year-old tech whiz-kid for using “hidden city” connections to provide cheap air tickets through a website. … Continue Reading

South Australian agent case may show efficacy of law

egtmedia59The decision by South Australia’s consumer watchdog to pursue in the Supreme Court an Adelaide travel agency that allegedly left customers stranded and then failed to repay them, may provide an opportunity to observe the effectiveness of Australian Consumer Law. … Continue Reading

Court grants interim injunction against travel agent

egtmedia59South Australia’s consumer watchdog is pursuing in the Supreme Court an Adelaide travel agency that allegedly left customers stranded and then failed to repay them.  … Continue Reading

Landlord sues tenant for letting out room on Airbnb

December 23, 2015 Headline News, Travel Law No Comments

egtmedia59Room-letting enterprise Airbnb is at the centre of a new controversy, with the landlord of a New York apartment block suing a tenant for USD 300,000 (AUD 418,300) for renting out her apartment on Airbnb. … Continue Reading

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