Some days ago the Flight Centre has reported a full year net profit of 139.9 million dollars compared to a profit of 38.2 million dollars a year ago.
Now the travel agent group has reported that its shares rose up by nearly 4% and the firm decided to pay a dividend of 44 cents.
As per a recent Fly Buys/Colmar Brunton Mood of the New Zealand Traveler Survey, around half of the New Zealanders are making plans for a foreign trip within the next six months.
The survey showcased that 45% or 144,000 people revealed that they will be flying abroad for a holiday in the coming time period.
The month of June was favorable for the tourism industry in Australia, as it got an early winter boost by holding up visitor arrivals, in addition to assuring a strong ski season.
India’s leading online travel portal- Yatra. com today, unveiled its travel package for Goa at just Rs 7999.
The 3 nights & 4 days package is inclusive of return airfare, airport transfers, hotel accommodation and all the applicable hotel taxes on a twin sharing basis. The holiday package also includes a cash back benefit valid between
1st July – 31st August, 2010.
Sabina Chopra, Co-founder and EVP operations, Yatra. com, explained the rationale behind the launch of the super deal package.
Ex- Apprentice New Zealand competitor, Chris Whiteside is taking an oath to donate proceeds that is earned from to his new business enterprise during its first year of operation to jilted passengers of charter Company, Fly Direct Ltd.
Whiteside has bought the business from liquidators and re-launched it as travel booking site flydirect. co. nz offering flights, accommodation, rental cars and cruise bookings.
July 1 2010 will see a hike in the taxi fares in Canberra by almost 2.48%. Detailing the prices, it has been announced that the flag-fall for the usual hiring of the taxi will augment to $4.50, and the rate per kilometer from 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. will increase to $1.80, during the weekends.