With travelers that get ready to take on and travel places each year have been badly affected by the unstable economic scenario, NZ tourism plane bosses say that it is high time that they go after extra airline services, in order to stimulate a recovery.
An owner of a travel agency in southeast Edmonton travel agency is being charged for using credit card data to fraudulently take $50,000 from his customers. He used the stored credit card data to commit these forgeries.
He is Gurmeet Singh Mankoo and he is the owner of a travel agency named Payless Travels. He committed these frauds between late 2009 and early 2010.
An Edmonton based, Wild Rose Vacation travel club has been charged for supposedly taking money from customers' bank accounts without any authorization, misleading members and failing to compensate customers on given time.
Tim Cossar, CEO of Tourism Industry Association has announced that the new event format will move away from the traditional booth set-up and offer even more valuable networking opportunities, similar to a number of high quality marketing events overseas.
Southern Lakes is the next place where TIA has decided to organize TRENZ next year.
New Zealand Traveller Survey, released by the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand has concluded that the 40% of New Zealanders are planning to go on a vacation abroad in the coming six months. The survey also revealed that about 510,000 citizens will probably prefer a skiing trip.
The survey stated that with the revival of the economy more and more people will be going for overseas trips.
Travel agent Flight Centre Ltd. Tuesday is revealed to have upgraded full year guidance and posts that it now hopes its pretax profit to climb to A$190 million-A$200 million—marking its second highest result on record, prompted by its efforts to unceasingly trade ahead of expectations.