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That was the year that was

Traveltalk ends 2018 on a high

It’s been another massive year in the travel industry and as always Traveltalk has had its finger right on the pulse.


We brought you all the latest news when the Kilauea volcano erupted in Hawaii and we were aboard the historic first direct flight from Australia to London. We’ve debated President Trump’s controversial travel bans, given away heaps of prizes…and even adopted a penguin! 



So it’s great to be able to report that Traveltalk remains a trusted source of information to agents across Australia. The latest CAB figures show our print circulation to be 6,034 copies, almost 600 ahead of the print circulation of our nearest competitor.


And this at a time when some observers questioned the very future of magazines?


“We take our responsibility to the travel agents of Australia very seriously,” said Jenny Rowland, Director and Associate Publisher of Traveltalk.


“Along with our easy to access website and informative EDMs, we offer the complete package to agents wanting to keep ahead of the competition.”


But while 2018 has been a stellar year, 2019 promises to be even bigger and  better.


Traveltalk has just signed on as official media supporter of the NTIA awards, helping us develop even closer ties to Australia’s travel agent community. We’ll be bringing you all the news, gossip, results and reaction from travel’s night-of-nights on June 20.


“We are delighted to have Traveltalk onboard as an official media supporter of the NTIA awards in 2019,” said Jayson Westbury, CEO of AFTA.


“The magazine is an important source of news for all Australian travel agents and will provide great coverage of the event.


“With the CATO’s also being a part of the program, this year’s NTIA awards are shaping up to be the biggest and the best ever.”


Make sure you subscribe in 2019 because if you want to talk travel, you have to read Traveltalk.


Written by: Jon Underwood
Published: 1 December 2018

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