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Karryon's Top 10 stories of the week: Catch up on our most-wanted: May 27

Woohoo, travel is back! However, staying on top of the travel industry news can be quite the challenge in these busy times we live. But have no fear because Karryon has you covered with our wrap-up of the 10 most-read stories of the week that was.

Woohoo, travel is back! However, staying on top of the travel industry news can be quite the challenge in these busy times we live. But have no fear because Karryon has you covered with our wrap-up of the 10 most-read stories of the week that was.

G’day and welcome to our top 10 of the week as voted by our readers from Monday to Friday and across all of our market-leading social and digital channels.

Enjoy the binge-worthy read!

#10. Bali still a firm favourite: Mastercard shares latest travel trends

And there’s good news for Australia.

Read all about it.

#9. Travel Leaders: Wendy Van Lieshout, CEO, Active Adventures

Gleaning her leadership wisdom.

Read all about it.

#8. Qantas restarts Queenstown, Christchurch and Wellington routes

Ready for an epic ski season.

Read all about it.

#7. Travel Leaders: Jacqui Walshe, Executive Chairman, The Walshe Group

On steering the group through the pandemic.

Read all about it.

#6. Are you a Travel Agency owner/manager wanting more bang for your buck?

Step forward, TravelManagers!

Read all about it.

#5. Luxury Escapes launches partnership with The Travel Corporation

“Further strengthening” its offering to travellers.

Read all about it.

#4. Virgin Australia and United celebrate beginning of U.S codeshare connections

The ink has dried and the first codeshare flight has landed in San Francisco.

Read all about it.

#3. Heading to the States? Your ESTA will now cost 50% more

An approved ESTA will cost USD$21 (AUD$30).

Read all about it.

#2. The travel bounce: What did we learn at Collette’s Travel Forum?

A comeback event of reconnection and celebration.

Read all about it.

#1. Qantas buys majority stake in online travel business TripADeal

With plans to “grow revenue through a partnership with Qantas Loyalty.”

Read all about it.

This is Karryon, signing off for another week. Have a fantastic weekend whatever you get up to and wherever your travels take you.