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Travel bubble in mind as airport creates two terminal zones

August 5, 2020 Headline News No Comments

Auckland Airport is separating its international terminal into two zones as part of plan to create a “travel bubble” – the first in this part of the world – which will include the Cook Islands and may one day extend across the Tasman Sea to embrace Australia. … Continue Reading

No self service in buffet, enhanced medical facilities and fewer guests as MSC updates its safety protocol

August 5, 2020 Headline News No Comments

The cruise industry has steamed off to a disastrous relaunch with coronavirus cases being recorded by both Hurtigruten following two Arctic voyages and a Paul Gauguin Cruise out of Tahiti.  … Continue Reading

Evaluating the effectiveness of travel bans

With the reopening of flights during the summer holiday season in Europe, many countries have started to see an increase in COVID-19 infections. … Continue Reading

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COVID-19 Cybersecurity Update

Researchers have discovered another coronavirus-related lure being used in a phishing campaign promising the recipient a government-funded tax cut. The email claims to come from the UK ‘Government Digital Service Team’, and offers a tax rebate of GBP385.50. This rebate will supposedly be transferred directly to the recipient’s credit or debit card. This scam is designed to steal recipients’ personal and financial information. … Continue Reading

Travel firm pays fortune to hackers after ransomware attack

August 4, 2020 Headline News No Comments

A large travel management firm last week had to pay hackers over $6 million in a ransomware attack which encrypted its sensitive corporate files – and the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has warned of growing risks to Australian businesses from such attacks, which have increased by more than 150% in the first half of this year. … Continue Reading

Man charged after vid shows him swimming with fish in Sydney Zoo

August 4, 2020 Headline News No Comments

The ABC has published a 30-second video showing a bearded man swimming among the fish in Sydney Zoo aquarium, while someone else, possibly the person who shot the video, laughs uproariously and continuously. … Continue Reading

August 2020 Earnings Season Set to Rock the Investors’ Watchlist: What lies Ahead for the Travel Sector?

August 4, 2020 Headline News No Comments
  • August 2020 earnings season is expected to unfold as a major sink or swim catalyst for the nation’s share market.
  • The approaching earnings season will possibly reveal the extent of coronavirus disruption to the travel industry, which bore the maximum brunt of social distancing and border restrictions.
  • There is still a beacon of hope for the industry’s revival with the possible resumption of overseas journey gradually and an upsurge in domestic travel segment.
  • However, much depends on the containment of second wave of virus infections in Victoria that can act as a roadblock in sector’s road to recovery.

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Hong Kong Protest Monitor – 31 July 2020

Opposition candidates disqualified from running in LegCo elections; Lam government tightens restrictions to harness resurgence of COVID-19 cases; restrictions focused on maritime, aviation and land-based supply chain operators; and diplomatic tensions ratchet up with New Zealand and the European Union entering the fray. We assess the threat in the week ahead. … Continue Reading

Covid-free airport roars ahead – and why you can’t visit it

August 3, 2020 Headline News No Comments

A striking photo of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Adern hugging a colleague graphically illustrates the country’s Covid-free status – borne out by remarkable new figures showing that Auckland Airport overtook Sydney Airport and Singapore Changi in June, in terms of passenger numbers, to breathe down the neck of London Heathrow.

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