• TTF catalyses the revival of travel industry

    Published on : Thursday, October 7, 2021

    Good response from the tourism industry at the TTF three-city series helped reignite the engines of travel according to the tourism industry TTF three-city tour usually organised in the fall season preceding Puja and Diwali holidays in Kolkata, Ahmedabad and …

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  • TTF ends on a successful note rekindling hope for tourism

    Published on : Tuesday, March 2, 2021

    TTF Kolkata has ended on a successful note, rekindling hope for the travel and tourism industry. The 3-day long travel trade fair provided a lifeline to the travel & tourism industry in eastern India and across the country. TTF Kolkata …

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  • TTF Kolkata 2021 is set to boost the revival of tourism industry

    Published on : Thursday, February 25, 2021

    TTF Kolkata, the oldest travel trade show in India is back on the ground, manifesting the revival and setting the wheels of the tourism industry in India with confidence. The 2021 edition of the show promises to bring the best …

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  • TTF – Summer Holidaymakers Plan to stay Close to Home New Research Reveals

    Published on : Tuesday, December 1, 2020

    Three out of four Australians planning a summer holiday will travel within their own state while 25 per cent won’t travel at all in the Christmas break due to continuing concerns over COVID 19 according to new research released today …

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  • TTF: Trans – Tasman Bubble Take Off

    Published on : Friday, October 16, 2020

    TTF Australia CEO Margy Osmond said the return of one-way quarantine-free Trans-Tasman travel today between New Zealand and three Australian states was a very happy milestone moment for the tourism and aviation industry. “Since the 28th of March we have …

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  • TTF: Progress for Pyrmont a Win for Tourism in NSW

    Published on : Friday, July 31, 2020

    The NSW Government’s new long-term strategy for Pyrmont will attract new investment into the area and lead to increased domestic visitation and new tourism jobs, the Tourism & Transport Forum (TTF) said today. TTF CEO Margy Osmond that this forward-looking …

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  • TTF: School Holiday Travellers stay close to Home

    Published on : Tuesday, July 28, 2020

    Capital city residents have played it safe largely travelling to destinations within driving distance from home for the July school holidays according to analysis conducted by DSpark for the Tourism and Transport Forum. The analysis used telco, public transport, road …

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  • TTF – Sydney set to Sparkle Again After Shaking off The State’s Planning Red Tape

    Published on : Wednesday, November 27, 2019

    “Sydney has the chance to sparkle again, following today’s announcement that the Premier is committed to transforming the State’s planning system,” said Tourism & Transport Forum Chief Executive Margy Osmond today.   “The government’s actions to address this crisis needs …

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  • Star Ritz-Carlton Decision – A Tragedy For Tourism In Sydney

    Published on : Wednesday, November 20, 2019

    “This is a sad day for Australian tourism,” Tourism & Transport Chief Executive Margy Osmond said today following the news that the plans for a new luxury hotel and apartment tower at the Star has been rejected by the Independent …

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  • Sydney Celebrates After Winning Worldpride 2023

    Published on : Monday, October 21, 2019

    “Sydney is set to shine after winning the rights to host international WorldPride in 2023, and the NSW tourism industry is celebrating the major win,” said TTF Chief Executive and WorldPride 2023 bid for Sydney Advisory Committee member Margy Osmond …

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