Tourism

Sheraton, Hilton on market for $1.5bn

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String of landmark hotels up for grabs as M&L Hospitality offloads its local hotels arm.

Qantas passengers up 3% over year

by AAP
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Increase in Qantas passenger numbers buoyed by strong international traveller rise.

Helloworld and AOT near merger

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Two major Australian travel companies near a deal to better compete with Flight Centre.

Merger to create world's largest hotel group

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Marriott has agreed to acquire Starwood Hotels & Resorts in a deal worth $US12.2 billion.

Asian visitors boost Aust tourism

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Industry to grow about $11bn to more than $129bn by 2020-21, finds IBISWorld.

Flight Centre makes solid start

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Travel group expects pre-tax profit to rise between four and eight per cent this financial year.

Priceline delivers 13% profit jump

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Forecast from travel website operator disappoints amid unfavourable currency rates.

Australia passes Chinese tourist milestone

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Incoming tourists from China exceed those from New Zealand for first time ever.

Main Event boosts Ardent Leisure

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Entertainment firm and theme park operator revenues lift 19% in September quarter.

Lucy Turnbull to exit SeaLink

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PM's wife will not stand for re-election to board, search for replacement director underway.

AOT weighs up IPO

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Australia’s largest inbound tour company is mulling a $100m-$200m float.

Airbnb revises pricing after ACCC probe

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Peer-to-peer accommodation platforms to improve pricing after hidden fee crackdown.

Skydive the Beach buys NZ group

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Tandem jump operator to take over New Zealand's market leader Skydive Queenstown.

Skydive The Beach halted

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Shares in tandem skydive operator in trading halt ahead of an acquisition announcement, rights offer.

Australia key to Expedia's Asian strategy

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Online travel giant says rise of Asian middle class makes Australian market increasingly important.

Visitor numbers reveal the two faces of the lower dollar

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The number of migrants heading to Australia is easing, putting the brakes on the pace of population growth, but the weaker dollar is also helping to fuel a big jump in tourists.

Tas Cadbury factory closes to visitors

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State Tourism Minister says factory's ongoing sustainability is the priority.

Chinese tourists roam closer to home

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International travel bookings fall for first time since 2010 amid stockmarket rout, economic slowdown.

Circular Quay set for $200m makeover

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Sydney's Circular Quay is getting a $200m makeover in a bid to modernise neglected 'jewel of Sydney Harbour'.

Value Investor: Ardent Leisure's main attraction

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Ardent Leisure's strong and stable market positions, coupled with its high-performing US business, make it a compelling offer for investors.

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