July 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);7/24/2009, p38
Trade Publication
The article presents suggestions for British travel agents on improving their knowledge about tourism in Australia. Enrollment in the Aussie Specialist programme to take advantage of the training is referred. Recommendation of a stopover for clients to break up a very long journey is given. A proposal is stated to book add-ons, such as balloon flights to earn extra income.


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