Saturday, January 22, 2022

Travel Apartheid shows the most and least powerful passports for 2022

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Data from the Henley Passport Index, which ranks the world’s passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa and is based on exclusive and official data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), an individual could on average visit 57 countries in 2006 without needing to acquire a visa in advance.

Asia’s upGrad set to acquire Australia’s Global Study Partners

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upGrad, has acquired Global Study Partners (GSP), Australia's largest study abroad company, to strengthen its overseas education network.

Gilmour Space fires up for 2022 with Australia’s largest rocket engine test

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Rocket engineers at Gilmour Space Technologies have greeted the new year with a successful 110-kilonewton test fire of the most powerful rocket engine ever developed in Australia.

Australian travel App FreeGuides takes vital global next steps

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Sydney travel startup, FreeGuides.com, launched its first-of-its-kind travel app globally. The global launch was masterminded by Founder Daniel Wasilewsky, direct from his Sydney bedroom. With the FreeGuides already living in Australia and New Zealand, a global audience was always on the cards since the app’s launch in late last year.

Camplify and Zorali create Earth Offices so people can work remotely

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A recent survey, commissioned by leading caravan, campervan and motorhome rental platform, Camplify, found that 74% of Australians are keen to hit the road and work remotely from a van post the COVID 19 pandemic induced lockdown.

Webjet completes the successful acquisition of Trip Ninja travel tech

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Webjet Limited has agreed to acquire a Canadian based travel tech company Trip Ninja. Trip Ninja has developed several key products for traditional and online travel agencies to automate the highly manual process of selling complex international itineraries.

Aumake positions for market growth as international borders reopen

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Aumake has released an update on current operational and future strategic growth initiatives which have been developed ahead of Australian and New Zealand international border re-openings and are set to provide a significant revenue and market share opportunities.

Envirosuite to participate in NASA’s revolutionary supersonic consortium

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Envirosuite Limited is pleased to update the market on its recent success with NASA in being a participant in the consortium for the X-59 Community Response Testing project.

Foreign exchange threshold deemed psychologically important for travel

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A study from Amadeus reveals that hidden charges levied by financial intermediaries lead to travelers facing high charges for the privilege of paying in a currency they understand.

Caravanning in your own backyard

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Change of scenery is always a healthy thing, even if it’s just stepping out of the house and onto the front lawn or in the backyard. But with more COVID-19 variants popping up and the pandemic still raging, our options for getting out and moving around are quite limited.

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